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1. Introduction to Management Concepts
2. 27,940 ft. View
3. Servant Leadership
Pre-Work: Individual Goals Worksheet
1. Full-Range Leadership Theory
2. Transformational vs. Transactional Leadership
Pre-Work: Team Assessment
1. Providing Feedback
Pre-Work: Desirable and Undesirable Behavior Worksheet
Pre-Work: 1x1 Observation Template
1. Team Meetings
Pre-Work: Team Meeting Observation Template
Pre-Work: Sports Observation Template
1. Difficult Conversations
Pre-Work: Team Performance Worksheet
1. 30/60/90 Day Plans
Pre-Work: Individual vs. Team Goals Worksheet
1. SWOT Analysis
Pre-Work: Personal SWOT Exercise
1. Managing Up
Pre-Work: Influencing Outcomes Scenario
1. Change Management
Pre-Work: Affecting Change Exercise
1. Lessons Learned
Pre-Work: 12 Month Leadership Plan
The New Manager Mentor Program is designed for employees who are new to the management function and seasoned managers who are in the process of building or taking over a new team and would like a refresher on foundational management principles. Participants in the program are assigned a mentor to guide them through the coursework and help them develop key management skills.
The program lasts 12 weeks and requires a minimum commitment of 2 hours per week. Each week the participants will speak with their mentor over the phone for approximately 1 hour and complete the necessary pre-work before the call. The assignments are designed to engage the participant in the upcoming material by observing a real world interaction. Although the assignments are designed to require approximately 1 hour of work, participants are encouraged to spend additional time understanding how the concepts relate to their current situation.
The program is priced to be affordable for individuals and businesses, and the content is flexible and can be aligned to fit your specific needs.
The mentors are experienced leaders with a scholarly and practical understanding of the course content. The instructors have served as leaders in some of the world's largest and most innovative companies and understand the challenges of being a new manager. The mentors have a minimum of a master's degree in management, business, or education and are prepared to help you grow to the next level.