Over the course of your career, you will most likely have a new boss or two. Whether you are an executive who reports to the CEO or in an entry-level position or, having a new boss can be stressful. Stories about new bosses coming in and “bringing in their own people” are common. How can you make it more likely that you will keep your position and continue to be successful? Here are some tips for the first 90 days:
As companies become leaner and more technologically advanced, fewer people are deemed “necessary.” There used to be 12 people on your team and now there are only seven. This means there is more “job” in every job. Management is more important than ever. Effective management starts with thinking about (and really understanding) what the critical goals are for your team on an annual, quarterly, monthly, and weekly basis.
Professional and leadership development training for managers is vital to a company’s success and growth. Organizations rely on managers to execute their vision and strategic business objectives, and to be prepared to step into key leadership roles whenever the need arises.
Organizations typically look to human resources personnel to help ensure that the right training is in place to help individuals develop their management skills and successfully advance in the leadership ranks. The best way to administer highly effective training for busy managers is through prerecorded on-demand videos and live video webcasts.