How to Set New Leaders Up for Success
Managers are like teachers – a great one can propel you farther than you imagined you could go, while a poor one can leave you feeling defeated and frustrated. So critical is the role of the manager that Gallup reports that managers account for 70 per cent of variance in employee engagement. That’s right, 70 per cent!
So what should we do about this? Sharlyn Lauby, President of ITM Group Inc. and author of the recently published SHRM book Manager Onboarding: 5 Steps for Setting New Leaders Up for Success, has some answers. Join us as she shares highlights from her book and takes time for a lively Q&A.
In this webinar, we’ll look at:
- Why manager onboarding?
- How to sell the idea within your organization
- 5 steps to design a manager onboarding program
- 4 types of skills that every manager needs
- How to measure program success
In addition to the above topics, you can count on an interactive discussion and a chance to submit your own
questions. So why not join us? Register today and set your leaders up for success.
About Sharlyn Lauby
Sharlyn Lauby is the HR Bartender, whose blog is a
friendly place to discuss workplace issues. HR Bartender has been recognized as one of the Top 5 Blogs Read
by HR professionals by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). When she’s not tending bar, Sharlyn
is president of ITM Group, Inc., which specializes
in training solutions to help clients retain and engage talent. She is the author of “Essential Meeting Blueprints for Managers” and “Manager Onboarding: 5 Steps for Setting New Leaders Up for Success” which are
available on Amazon. Her personal goal in life is to find the best cheeseburger on the planet.
About Julie Harrison
As a Product Marketing Manager at Halogen, Julie is responsible for messaging, launch requirements, and sales
enablement for a number of Halogen TalentSpace solutions and products, including Learning &
Development, Succession &
Leadership, and Compensation.
Prior to joining Halogen in 2015, Julie spent 20 years in a broad spectrum of communications roles, with a strong focus on internal communications and organizational change management. She is a Prosci-certified change management practitioner and holds a master’s degree from Carleton University.