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Why I Train and Coach Managers

As a new manager you will be lucky if you get one week’s training.

Even though managers are the backbone of an organization, you definitely will not get a coach. That privilege is reserved for the executives.  That’s why I train and coach new managers.


I vividly remember the feeling of entering a conference room for a high-stakes meeting when I was a new manager. All eyes were on me. They were waiting for me to lead!  It was at that moment that I wished I could have someone to help me navigate the pressures of the workplace, offer practical advice and help me to develop the skills I needed to succeed.

I never got a coach.  I never got a trainer.  I never got a consultant.  My supervisor was too busy to help.  I had to learn on my own.  While I made some painful stumbles, I was able to learn and grow through my own efforts with help from empathetic colleagues. That is why I want to train and coach new managers. I understand the importance of having a supportive and knowledgeable guide to help navigate the challenges.  Whether it’s dealing with daily demands, overcoming obstacles or developing new skills, having a coach can make the difference in achieving success.  

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