Finally, we stay engaged with the organization to monitor the performance of the cohort and eventually identify individuals who are ready for the next level of leadership.
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Managers- the X-Factors for an organization
The managers are critical factors of success in any organization, however, to work as a manager is a daunting task- the job role is a challenging amalgamation of all-round activities right from ensuring the ground level implementation of top-level decisions through the subordinates to managing cross-level communication between these two levels in the organizational hierarchy. From working around the resolution of organizational conflicts to forming social relationships with a number of stakeholders so as to facilitate the smooth functioning of an organization, the managers need to possess a wide variety of skills to successfully carry out their duties in this multi-dimensional job position that demands utmost excellence.
It’s indeed a great challenge for the newly promoted manager previously working in an individual contributor role to smoothly transition into this new role as a first-time manager- a part of the very important mid-level management.
According to a study, these new leaders are 4 times more likely to underperform in their new roles as compared to the senior managers. Under such a situation, it becomes important to stay ahead of time with relevant training. First Time Manager Training Solutions are highly customized learning programs, laced up with the modern elements of advanced technology. They cater to the multi-dimensional learning and specific needs of training first-time managers, working with them as a guide and a facilitator to ensure their smooth transitioning into successful managers while enabling them to deliver valuable contributions at an important organizational level and that too within a short span of time!>