Leadership / Managing Managers

In some ways, managing managers is similar to managing anyone else — you need to align their goals with yours, provide feedback, and help them advance their careers. There is one more important difference —Managing Managers also requires leadership coaching: you have to coach “managers to develop the culture and capabilities that their team members need. This is especially important because moving from an individual contributor to a manager is an “often neglected transition.” In most organizations, “first-timers don’t get a lot of formal training,” Here’s how you can fill in the gap and help your direct reports be great managers.

Some of our Customized Training Interventions

  • Visioning
  • Change Management
  • Executive Presence
  • Leaders As Coaches
  • Advanced Leadership Program
  • Design Thinking
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Team Management