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From Star Performer to Corporate Tiger 5 Key skills to Succeed for New Managers

Author Name: Manu Sharma | Format: Paperback | Genre : Educational & Professional | Other Details

Learn 5 key skills to succeed as New Managers in the corporate world without attending expensive workshops. The book covers the 5 key leadership skills and also provides tips for developing and improving these skills. It is common for star performers to be promoted as managers. The New Managers are not sufficiently trained and equipped to handle this transformation of role “from doing to getting it done”. This book will help New Managers to gain confidence and equip them to deal with this transformation and prepare them to deal with current and future challenges as Corporate Leaders. 

The book will give New Managers a head start on the key leadership skills which are covered in various corporate leadership programs. The book addresses unique challenges faced by new managers like managing the conflicts of team management and delegation and strategic thinking, effective communication and adapting plans and leadership style as per the situation. This book will help them to increase their knowledge and develop their team management and leadership skills. 

The 5-key skills and the tips and techniques provided in the book will not only help New Manager in the early days of their career but will be useful throughout their career as Managers.

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Manu Sharma

I have career spanning over 25 years, which includes working at different hierarchies and varied functional areas across several industries.  As part of my job I was interacting with academicians, consultants and director and CEO of various Multinational organisations in the country, their advice, guidance and support helped me to evolve as a Manager. 

I was also engaged with an institute which imparted training courses to enhance the managerial and leadership skills of diploma engineers. As part of my engagement I was closely involved with more than 1500 diploma engineer going through their career transformation journey. Some of them witnessed spiral growth whereas others could achieve only moderate results. I was able to identify key skills which helped them to achieve the quantum jump in their career.