Ever hear the phrase "What got you here won't get you there?" This is especially
true for new managers. What got them promoted was an ability to do their job
well as an individual contributor. But to be a successful first time manager
requires a major transition for which many people are not adequately prepared.
Organizations, on average, don't invest in their leaders until the age of 42, or 10
years after they are initially promoted. That is 10 years learning bad behaviors.
Behaviors that lead to reduced productivity, reduced influence, an inability to
effectively give feedback just to name a few.
Learning how to be an effective manager is rewarding personally, encourages
higher performance from employees and creates a positive impact on the
company’s bottom line. Join ICC experts as they discuss how to effectively
develop first time leaders for greater productivity and greater ROI for the