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More than half of the managers in companies across the country are untrained, under-resourced, and unprepared. Without proper guidance or formal management training, it's easy to see how imposter syndrome kicks in without warning.
You earned a management role, but you’re still making mistakes (as every human does). So, you don’t live INTO your management role. Instead, you tiptoe AROUND it. You only scratch the surface of yourself and, therefore, aren't getting what you need from your team. You aren't fully accessing the potential of your unique management style. That's about to change...
In Top Secrets to Unlocking Your Management Style, you will learn…
Finally answer the burning questions you've had... "What kind of manager am I, and how does it affect my expectations of the people I manage?"
Your management style is much different than your personality style as a manager. Think of personality style and management style as a toolbox. Your personality style is the type of tools you have in that toolbox. Your management style, on the other hand, is how you use those tools to fix something that’s broken. The ways in which you plan, prioritize, and organize efforts in the workplace determine your management style.
By the time you finish this guide, you’ll be able to address workplace challenges like the one outlined below with techniques that make sense to you.
You're heading a large, independent project at a telecommunications company. One of the employees assigned to you, Andy, is used to working independently on his assignments. Andy likes calling all the shots and enjoys his work. However, he has expressed unhappiness with being on this new project. How would you coach Andy and the team to success?
Plus, there's a FREE BONUS!
Use the Employee Assessment Template inside the guide to maximize the strengths of every employee and harness their potential in any situation. Through a combination of needs-driven management approaches and an understanding of your unique management personality, you'll solve short and long-term problems with empathy and efficiency.
This free guide, Top Secrets to Unlocking Your Management Style, is from Jim McCormick, founder and president of the Research Institute for Risk Intelligence, and the former COO of the nation's fifth-largest architectural firm.
He's the author of The First-Time Manager, and believes that good management is a product of attitude and empathy. He encourages managers to understand their management personality so that they can better apply it on a case-by-case basis with various types of employees.
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