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Naming new leadership?
Let’s talk about the ways that Imaginal Training can ensure your leaders are up to the job.
Many underestimate the dramatic change of focus that faces one who moves into management. The skills and organization network that got one to this promotion are no longer as useful after the promotion as they were before. The new manager needs personal communication skills as much as technical ability. He or she is expected to show empathy with struggling employees and to be able to coach them — in short, to lead, not only to manage.
Imaginal Training designs and facilitates leadership development events to support new leaders, with attention to the time available for learning. Some interventions have been as short as a series of one hour “lunch and learn” activities. Others have been full scale courses of a day or longer.