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Tools To Improve New Manager Performance – New Manager Suite
February 1, 2013
Management positions on the front lines of your organization are a very important resource and require attention and resources tailored to their important role. Therefore, it’s important that methods are in-place to support and aid newly hired managers. Combined into one document are three of our popular articles on New Managers.
I. New Manager On-Boarding Delivers Success For The Manager And Organization
Guidelines for planning and implementing a successful on-boarding experience for new managers; resulting in fewer mistakes and disruptions to workflow; also reduced time to be fully productive.
II. Getting A Good Start As A New Manager – Your First 90 Days
Guideline for new managers -where and how they should focus in their initial 90 days. Also, employers can provide these guidelines to a new manager as a work plan to follow.
III. Problems With Your New Manager? Reset Their Performance & Success With This Guidance
Sets forth an approach and considerations to address a less than successful start for a new manager.
For details go to: http://www.advancingyourorganization.com/?page_id=2432
Michael VanBruaene was a KPMG Director and blogs at Michael VanBruaene Pragmatic Performance Improvement Services – Advancing Your Organization (www.AdvancingYourOrganization.com). He can also be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.