Learn the Secrets of a Successful Transition to Management

When preparing to transition to a management role, new leaders need to reconsider the way they think about success. The skills, knowledge, and perspectives that helped them get the new leadership role are not necessarily what will help them excel or advance in their careers. Give them the support they need with CCL Boost™ For New Leaders.

New Leaders who:

Receive no development

Are perceived as “ineffective”

Fail within the first 18 months

CCL Boost™  is an online leadership program that equips new managers with the leadership skills, confidence, and support needed to effectively transition into a management role. This research-based course demonstrates 6 tactics new managers can use while on the job to attain immediate success in their new role.

Who Should Participate in CCL Boost™ for New Leaders?

CCL Boost™ is designed to support first-time or newly promoted managers who have never received training, or prospective leaders preparing to move into a first-level manager role. This course teaches how to adopt the mindset of a leader to transition from “me” to “we.”

Why Choose CCL Boost™ for New Leaders?

CCL Boost™ delivers world-class, research-driven leadership development through an intuitive online learning platform. Participants learn the 6 essential shifts through a variety of ways, including video case studies, thought-provoking reflection exercises, practice assignments, and sharing experiences with fellow participants. Leaders receive downloadable resources, practical tools, and actionable tips to apply immediately in their role.

Self-paced, with one year of access

On-demand digital access

Course Fee:
$125 USD*

* Contact us to learn more about volume pricing options and customizing this program for your organization.

We all have mental scripts that tell us how the world works.


Your old script was all about “me” — standing out as an individual.


But as a new leader, you need to flip your script from “me” to “we” to help your team succeed.

The 6 Shifts New Leaders Need to Make

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First-time manager roles demand a new way of thinking. Flipping this mindset from being an individual contributor to a manager is critical to your success.



When you accept the opportunity to lead a team of people, you have to think differently about what it means to be effective. You can’t rely solely on the skills that got you the promotion. You’re now expected to get the work done through others.



When we become new leaders, some of our work relationships change. No longer are you a team member, but you now lead the team. Adjustments may need to be made from being a peer or friend to someone to being their manager.


Do-It-All Attitude

As a new leader, you may be tempted to retain the work that made you a “superstar” as an individual contributor, but as many new leaders learn, you can’t do it all.

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The most effective new leaders recognize the need for peripheral vision. They need to have a broader organizational view to help their employees make the link between their work and the strategic vision and goals of the organization.



Shifting your focus involves your integrity and character. As a leader, who you are as a person — your core values and deepest beliefs — will most likely come to the surface and influence your success or failure.