Being good at your job is rewarding; and it is certainly something that employers welcome. So much so in fact that it isn’t unusual for the good worker to become a new manager. After all, the good worker knows the ropes, is clearly capable; and always gets results. So surely management material?
But moving into management unassisted, can be a lonely process.
Indeed, that first managerial role can be both exciting and daunting. Extra responsibility, extra pressure… but what about the training?
The fact remains that many new managers are thrown in at the deep end. So on 7 November Green Pepper is running a half-day workshop for new and aspiring managers in Leicester.
Designed to build the confidence of new managers, this introductory workshop will offer practical solutions. It will consider what it means to lead and manage; and will look at ways to communicate with, engage and motivate staff. Throughout, the emphasis will be on best practice in order to harness the enthusiasm and trust of those you manage.
Workshop 10.00am – 12.30pm, 7 November, Leicester
Places cost £29; and to book your place, please visit the Eventbrite page.