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How To Be A Successful First-Time Manager: Identify Your Leadership Style

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First-time managers, join us for this interactive workshop to become the effective leader your team needs

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Join this interactive, activity-based workshop to hone-in on your interpersonal communication and management skills. We’ll address what values, behaviors and structures drive strong teams and enable strong team leaders and how to apply this to your organization.

Organizations thrive when leaders are trained well. Research shows that tailored leadership and management training result in higher employee engagement, higher revenue, lower turnover and lower absenteeism. Still, the big question is, “In an increasingly innovative, qualitative and creative (aka human centered) workplace, what are the leadership skills that truly matter?”. This is what we’ll answer in this workshop.

Build skills in:

  • Effective Communication
  • Organizational Theory
  • Interpersonal Management
  • Leadership
  • Assertiveness
  • Performance Management
  • Influencing Others

*Get 25% off this workshop by becoming a Be Social Change Member!

This workshop is for you if you want to:

  • Identify and understand how workplace values have shifted and how this impacts expectations of today’s managers and leaders
  • Define your leadership style by identifying your workplace persona, motivations, relationship building style and areas of reactivity (aka things that make you immediately defensive or cause you to shut down)
  • Establish structured communication and management behaviors among your team (so that you aren’t accused of micromanagement or negligence)
  • Distinguish between performance discrepancies that you can directly address via feedback and performance discrepancies that are rooted in organizational inefficiencies (which are beyond your control!)
  • Discover tools and frameworks for better understanding people and how to relate these insights to what’s happening at work

Instructor:

Lawrese Brown, Founder of C-Track, is an educator and workplace coach that develops strong teams and strong team leaders by equipping professionals with the skills, tools and frameworks necessary to be respected and trusted in the workplace.

C-Track’s coaching and training services have enhanced the programs and performance of professionals at BOLD New York, Bravely, Credit Suisse, Google, Brookdale Community College, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit, Consumer Reports, McKinsey & Co., Klara Technologies, Year Up, 826 NYC, The Cordes Foundation, Longwave Financial, and Girls Who Code.

Workshop Schedule:

  • 6:45pm – Doors open
  • 7:00pm – Workshop begins
  • 8:45pm – Workshop concludes

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Centre for Social Innovation - 601 W. 26th St. Suite 325 (between 11th and 12th Avenues) New York, NY 10001

The Centre for Social Innovation is a home for nonprofits and social entrepreneurs in New York City. They’re building a movement of passionate people committed to a better world.

Refunds can be issued in full up to 48 hours prior to the start by contacting Be Social Change at support@besocialchange.com.

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Centre for Social Innovation

601 West 26th Street

Suite 325

New York, NY 10001

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