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Develop team players who can also play the role of coach, manager, and leader. This first-time manager training guides participants in the shift from successful individual contributor to effective manager of people and projects. It’s one of the biggest and most difficult transitions for any leader to make.
Assistant VP, Commercialization
“Excellent program for leaders and managers of their organization to learn insights of people management and leadership skills.”
High-potential, new, or first-time managers
Online or in person
Online: 5 half days
In person: 2.5 full days
Live instructor-led, with executive coach
Faculty-to-participant ratio: 1:12
Making the shift from successful individual contributor to effective manager is a difficult transition — and getting the best performance from others can be an ongoing challenge.
Certain changes come with increased responsibility. Successful new managers know how to shift their mindset and their role, depending on the task at hand. Sometimes you need to be a player, sometimes a coach.
Our new manager training is ideal for managers of people and projects, supervisors of individual contributors, and first-time managers who are preparing to advance to the next level.
As a result of participating in this first-time manager training, participants will be able to:
Scale-up and volume pricing options available for organizations wishing to develop multiple new managers, customize a version of this first-time manager training program for their unique context and culture, or run the full program on-site. Contact us for more details.
Alumni of our new manager training course consistently tell us the same thing: their experience with us made a significant impact on their leadership and professional growth, and they’re grateful for the life-changing opportunity.
But don’t just take our word for it — take theirs.
“The course demonstrated to me leadership strategies and provided a safe environment to test and practice those strategies. The most valuable pieces of the experience were my engagement with peers, who all wanted to improve their leadership skills and provided helpful feedback, and the coaches, who all sought to understand my goals and worked to help me build a personal strategy to help achieve those goals. This experience was an excellent use of my time and a great investment by my company that has already started to pay dividends.”
Sr. Manager, Corporate Partnerships
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
“This program provided a comprehensive look at how you can truly maximize your leadership potential. It helped me assess my role and contribution as a player, manager, coach, and leader. I feel more equipped to serve my team and organization in all 4 of those capacities and look forward to continual personal growth as I continue to reach my leadership potential.”
Manager, Talent & Organizational Development
“This was the best outsourced training program I’ve ever taken. The program was engaging and positive – I met some really interesting, friendly people and enjoyed working through the training together. The instructors did a fantastic job – very knowledgeable, positive, and energetic. I would highly recommend this program to future leaders.”
Senior Sales Team Leader
“CCL gives participants great tools that they can use when they get back to their everyday job and provide the follow-up that is so lacking in other programs. There is an overall genuineness from the CCL instructors that other programs do not have and the instructors have credentials and life experience to back it. I left with tools, instruction on how to use them, and more importantly, resources that allow me to use them correctly. I highly recommend this course to anyone who has any feelings of moving into leadership or is in leadership.”
Auto-Owners Insurance Company
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