You’ve just been promoted to a new leadership position!

    What will it take to be successful?
    Transitioning to a new leadership role is similar to any new role you take on in life, such as getting married or having kids for the first time. As you prepare to embark on these new roles in life, you might read books, surf the web, or take classes to learn everything you can. And of course, there is no shortage of people happy to tell you about the key to success. Unfortunately, you can’t truly appreciate what your new role entails until you’re living it day-to-day.

    Research has shown that up to 40% of new managers & executives fail
    within the first 18 months!

    As a new leader, you don’t know what you don’t know. You’ll be faced with a number of potential pain points. You’ve worked hard to earn your promotion but success in your new role will require you to change your focus, learn new skills, and address new tasks.

    Your ability to make this transition smoothly will impact your long-term success. Unfortunately, many leaders walk into their new role without an understanding of what they must do differently, nor do they have support to make the necessary changes. Leadership transition coaching will fill that void.

    My mission as a leadership transition coach is to inspire good leaders to
    become great leaders

    As an unbiased and confidential sounding board, I’ll help you integrate your new roles, responsibilities and relationships to ensure success in your leadership adventures. You’ll avoid pitfalls when possible and learn from the opportunities that inevitably present themselves.

    Potential topics to be addressed include: prioritization, delegation, managing former peers, addressing performance issues, developing a vision, leading change, and building relationships.

    Contact me to schedule a free consultation and begin your journey to becoming a great leader!

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    New Leader Pain Points

"You don't lead by hitting people over the head - that's assault, not leadership." 

–Dwight Eisenhower