Breaking Bad Leadership Habits
How to Prepare New Leaders for Success
Learn common bad leadership habits that are often made, how to avoid them and how to prepare for success.
Stop correcting bad habits! Prevent them instead.
The transition from individual contributor to supervisor is a complex transition and one that requires the support of the organization to be successful. New managers must learn how to lead others (many of whom they were previously friends with), make high-risk decisions they never had to make in the past, give difficult and uncomfortable feedback and so much more.
And the reality is, new leaders aren’t getting the training that they need to succeed. In fact, the average manager doesn’t get any training until they have been on the job for ten years.
And unfortunately, new supervisors are learning bad habits from day one.
From day one, managers are forming habits, developing management strategies and creating attitudes. And without knowing the fundamentals, it isn’t likely that these are aligned with company goals and objectives.
That’s why it is so critical that organizations are actively involved in providing these individuals with the preparation they need to transition effectively into their new role.
You can’t afford to take a wait-and-see approach. You need to be proactive and teach would-be and new leaders the communication, decision-making, problem-solving, and change-management skills required to lead a team in today’s ever-changing workplace.
It’s time to start focusing on building the right leadership habits—rather than wasting time and energy correcting the wrong ones.
Join best-selling author and leadership expert Kevin Eikenberry for this powerful webinar where leaders will learn common bad leadership habits that are often made, how to avoid them and how to prepare for success.
They’ll also learn:
- The top bad habits that threaten any leader’s success and how to avoid them
- Tactics new supervisors can use to seamlessly transition from peer to boss.
- Which skills new managers need to learn early in order to be successful in a leadership role.
- Three ways to help change habits, once they have formed
- And more!
You can help your company and your employees by providing them with solid management skills to take them to the next level, to prepare them for all of the unexpected challenges they’ll face and to help prime your leadership pipeline for years of success.
Chief Potential Officer
The Kevin Eikenberry Group
Recently named one of the Top 100 Leadership and Management Experts in the World by Inc.com, Kevin Eikenberry is a leadership expert, two-time bestselling author, speaker, consultant, trainer and coach.
Kevin is the Chief Potential Officer of The Kevin Eikenberry Group, a leadership and learning consulting company that has been helping organizations, teams and individuals reach their potential since 1993. Kevin’s specialties include leadership, teams and teamwork, organizational culture, facilitating change, organizational learning and more.
He is the developer of the several leadership development programs including Remarkable Leadership, Remarkable Coaching and Bud to Boss – all offered in both public and in-house versions across North America.
He is the bestselling author of Remarkable Leadership: Unleashing Your Leadership Potential One Skill at a Time, Vantagepoints on Learning and Life, and #LeadershipTweet: 140 Bite Sized Ideas to Help You Become the Leader You Were Born to Be. He is the co-author of From Bud to Boss: Secrets to a Successful Transition to Remarkable Leadership and a contributing author to The Handbook of Experiential Learning, Masters of Sales, 101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life and Walking with the Wise.
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