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What Good Managers Do: The First 100 Days

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This course will orient new managers to the basics of effective management for their first 100 days on the job. Professionals who have achieved success as individual contributors often transition into management roles. New managers want to be able to step forward and assume their new responsibilities with confidence. Managers want to be able to conduct performance appraisals, monitor work processes, communicate effectively with team members, build an internal network of supportive colleagues, and avoid common management pitfalls. Managers will also want to be able to resolve conflicts, coach teams to optimal performance, and serve as an advocate for their team within the wider corporate structure. This course provides 0.4 continuing education units in one, 4-hour workshop.

This non-credit course is 1 week To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 0
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 1 week

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    What Good Managers Do: The First 100 Days

    • Identify how to manage the basic elements of work
    • Identify how to resolve conflict within the team
    • Determine how to represent a team
    • Determine methods to coach team members
    • Identify tactics to position for success
    • Determine how to transition roles
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