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Manager Management




This price of this class is for up to 15 participants.  The class to be taught at your location.  All classes purchased can be taken for up to one year after purchase.  Bulk discounts will apply.  Please call for details.

Management is known as a form of art and a science. The key is making employees more efficient and productive while finding the correct way to do it. When preparing to manage one or a group of managers, you are preparing for them to be able to manage their own employees.  Every manager is a different personality type and learns differently. But with some helpful tools and tips, you can help them become great managers that will continue to grow and succeed with their new teams.

Bringing in a new member to the management team is never easy. If you hire from within, they have to learn to transition from their previous position to this new one. If you hire from outside the company, the new employee will have to be taught everything from scratch. But with a little patience and open communication, you can groom your new manager for success in their position.

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Workshop Objectives

It’s been said that good management starts with good planning. As a manager, you can learn different ways to put plans into action that will help your other managers and employees work together and continue to grow.



By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Welcome and orientate new managers
  • ​Learn ways to successfully coach and mentor
  • ​Learn ways to measure and evaluate the performance
  • ​How to handle complications
  • ​Communicate between employees and their managers
Course Outline

Module One: Getting Started

  1. Workshop Objectives

Module Two: Grooming a New Manager

  1. Set Specific Goals
  2. Authority (What They Can and Can’t Do)
  3. Create a Shared Vision
  4. The More They Learn, the More Responsibility They Get
  5. Case Study
  6. Module Two: Review Questions

Module Three: Coaching and Mentoring (I)

  1. Writing Performance Reviews
  2. Provide Clear and Timely Feedback
  3. Praise in Public, Criticize in Private
  4. Make Sure Your Door is Always Open
  5. Case Study
  6. Module Three: Review Questions

Module Four: Coaching and Mentoring (II)

  1. Offer Advice, Not the Solution
  2. Create a Supportive Environment
  3. Build Ownership
  4. 360 Degree Feedback
  5. Case Study
  6. Module Four: Review Questions

Module Five: Measuring Performance

  1. Staying Within Their Budget
  2. Setting Measurable Objectives
  3. Skip Level Feedback
  4. Collaborate on Criteria to be Evaluated
  5. Case Study
  6. Module Five: Review Questions

Module Six: Motivating Managers

  1. Provide the Needed Resources
  2. Bonuses and Incentives
  3. Give Credit for Good Work
  4. Keep Them Challenged
  5. Case Study
  6. Module Six: Review Questions

Module Seven: Signs of Poor Management

  1. Missed Deadlines
  2. Team Turnover
  3. Losing Customers
  4. Little or No Growth
  5. Case Study
  6. Module Seven: Review Questions

Module Eight: Trust Your Team of Managers

  1. Do Not Micromanage
  2. Promote Open and Honest Communication
  3. Reward Initiative
  4. Trust, But Verify
  5. Case Study
  6. Module Eight: Review Questions

Module Nine: When an Employee Complains About Their Manager

  1. Keep the Information Confidential
  2. Gather Information from Both Sides
  3. Coach or Delegate the Solution
  4. Follow-up with the Manager or Employee
  5. Case Study
  6. Module Nine: Review Questions

Module Ten: When Do You Step In?

  1. Unsafe or Dangerous Events
  2. Legal Ramifications
  3. Severe Financial Costs
  4. Repeated Failures after Coaching Has Occurred
  5. Case Study
  6. Module Ten: Review Questions

Module Eleven: Remember These Basic Qualities

  1. Express Confidence in Their Abilities
  2. Practice What You Preach
  3. Have an Open Door
  4. Their Success is Your Success
  5. Case Study
  6. Module Eleven: Review Questions

Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

  1. Words from the Wise


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