How to transition from coworker to “The Boss”
Most people that get promoted are great at what they do; that is why they got promoted!
So why do these great employees end up micro-managing, mix up interpretations with observations
and cause serious breakdowns in communications: all the while working at 125% capacity?
The reason is most supervisors today are not trained for their roles as leaders/supervisors.
In this course we will better prepare you for this transition, students learn easy-to-understand
leadership terms with a systems analysis approach designed to build a solid foundation for outstanding
Students dive into “managing self,” transitioning from someone doing the work to becoming someone
responsible for the work. Students will also unpackage what self-vulnerability is and will learn where
the true power of influence lives.
What Students Will Learn:
✓ How to transition from a coworker to the person responsible for the work.
✓ How to learn who you are, who your employees are, and what is the job.
✓ How to “manage self” and the power of Strengths, Vulnerabilities and Triggers.
✓ How to identify and appreciate the “dream team” that you manage.
✓ What are core essential job functions, and how do you prioritize them.
✓ How does power and authority differ.
✓ How to better prepare yourself for the supervisor’s position if you want to be
✓ What does it cost when supervisors fail to supervise.