Great managers create great companies. A wonderful manager will elicit the best from her employees, provide support, learning opportunities and be a leader people want to follow.
Management in itself is a skill but often we are not well-trained or prepared to become managers. We become managers because we are very good at what we do, and then we are expected to jump into a management role without the training we need to truly win at the job of management.
A managerial coach:
- will help a manager build the skill sets needed while on the job. Good management requires diplomacy, good communication skills, a clear vision and the ability to delegate.
- will help you trouble shoot challenges in real time with direct reports.
- will show you small ways to shift your approach that will yield big results in terms of job satisfaction, productivity and loyalty.
- will help you to manage across generations; millennials, Gen-x and Baby Boomers.
The unique challenges of Multi-Generational Management
In 2015, for the first time, Millennials outnumbered others in the workforce. By the year 2020, Millennials will make up 50% of the workforce. By the year 2030, Millennials will make up 75% of the workforce.*
And one of the biggest challenges facing companies today, is retention of millennials. An international study commissioned by Deloitte for Talent Edge in 2011 found that “Nearly one out of every three Generation Y [Millennial] workers are planning to leave their current workplace and look for new career opportunities within the next year.”
I specialize in training managers to manage millennials and all members of their teams, more effectively. Learn more here: Multi-Generational Management.
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