For many people, the transition from being someone's friend to being their manager can be a challenging task, with a lot of potentially awkward situations, but there are ways you can make this transition less painful. Moving from being ‘one of the boys’ to being their manager can potentially damage your reputation as a manager and/or your relationships with those who were previously your teammates.
So, if you do get that promotion, what can you do? It can be difficult to change the dynamic and it's sure to be uncomfortable for you at times - especially during the beginning - but there are ways you can make it easier.
What will the Webinar cover?
The full reality of this transition dawns on you, and a whole host of unexpected emotions, concerns, and fears surface.
We will tell you why it’s your actions that will define you as a leader.
Good management is not about measuring yourself against others but supporting them on a day-to-day basis.
Who is the Webinar for?
This webinar is aimed at all those who have a got a promotion but are not sure how to handle this transition.
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TrainedIn has been helping these very people during the COVID-19 Crisis by hosting webinars to connect them with potential clients.
In 2019, our founder, Sorcha Finucane, conceptualised the idea of TrainedIn. It’s mission? To make researching and booking training courses so much easier.
As TrainedIn was being built, Sorcha realised that she could use the technology to help with another subject she felt passionately about: enhancing sustainability for small businesses and freelancers.
TrainedIn launched in April 2020. Yes, right at the start of the Covid-19 lockdown. (The first one…!) Throughout the year, TrainedIn has been running free webinars to connect freelancers and small training businesses to potential clients. Our promise is always to match highly skilled professionals with the individuals and businesses looking for their services.
In a career spanning over 25 years as a corporate trainer, facilitator and coach, Ian has worked with people from many blue chip organisations in the UK, US and Europe including Robert Bosch, Premier Foods, United Biscuits, MSC, Network Rail, Siemens, Vodafone, Halliburton and The Home Office.
Ian works across many subject areas, but he specialises in leadership and management development, focusing on issues such as communication, change management and behavioural and attitudinal change. He holds an MBA and is a qualified NLP practitioner and coach. He is also an accredited DiSC profiler. Ian has an enthusiastic style of facilitation that is highly challenging, yet highly supportive of those he works with.
Apart from his role as the Director of Training at Eagle Training, Ian is also a keynote speaker of some repute. He is noted for his enthusiastic, entertaining and informative speaking style. He is the author of over 50 articles and Algenon’s Story, his first book, was published in 2008. Ian has appeared on CNBC’s Money Wheel television programme and has frequently been a guest on local radio. During the COVID-19 pandemic he has also appeared as a guest panellist on webinars.