Four Reasons Why You Should Train Your First-Time Managers Before They Become Managers!

Four Reasons Why You Should Train Your First-Time Managers Before They Become Managers!

Did you know, that 60% of the new managers fail in the first 24 months? That most of new managers have no prior managing experience? That with guided initiation, first-time managers can work wonders for their organizations? With the generation that brought in ample of innovations and expansion in corporate culture retiring and leaving its way for the new blood to take over, leadership has become a very important aspect of the managers coming up to take the plunge. And why not, after all management is more about the people and less about the process. That’s where the problem begins. Many employees who are absolutely brilliant with the work they do, often have no clue about how to manage people or lead them. Most of them get into management roles without any proper leadership training whatsoever. And when they fail, they don’t know what hit them. According to inputs given by certain noted giants in the field of not only corporate, but also fields like medicine, governance and the like, leadership is becoming increasingly important with the new generation taking up the bigger roles, and it is very crucial to prepare them for what they can expect and deliver. The most feasible an efficient way to make sure first time managers don’t fail, is to train them for their role. It is necessary for multiple reasons, a few being: It is cost effective: Training the first-time managers is cost effective because it helps them understand the concepts quickly and prepares them for their roles early. They don’t need to be replaced and take up work immediately so such losses...