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Guide 5: New Managers

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What it’s about: Accelerate the time to proficiency for new managers in your organisation with the simple process detailed in this guide. Turn your newbies into a ‘safe pair of hands’ in no time.

Who it’s for: L&D and HR professionals, those involved in management development and anyone responsible for the induction process, particularly at management level and above.

Even when new managers are provided with lots of training, they need time to get the learning experiences they need in order to become truly capable. Management, like riding a bike, is best learned in the saddle. The experiential and social learning that takes place on their management journey is what really counts as they become proficient. What if you could collapse that required experience into a shorter period of time, and also provide a mechanism to ensure they get the learning they need from their experience?

What would it be worth to your organisation to accelerate the time to proficiency for new managers?

There is a way, and this best practice guide shows you how with a simple process you can create and use in your organisation.

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