Encino, CA (PRWEB) September 28, 2004
Congratulations, newly minted supervisor! Now, go enforce among your former peers that Âno personal callsÂ rule you once flaunted with impunity. Redefining relationships with former co-workers can often be the most difficult task facing new supervisors and managers. But a few key strategies can ease the move into an unfamiliar role.
ÂWorking with former peers is often the toughest part of making the leap to boss,Â says business-training expert Myron Curry, president of BusinessTrainingMedia.com. ÂMany people have to deal with their fear of losing friendships, reluctance to disciplining a former peer or avoiding the appearance of favoritism.Â
A new training program available from BusinessTrainingMedia.com addresses that dilemma. Peer Today, Boss Tomorrow helps new managers and supervisors navigate changing relationships and prepare for the most difficult situations theyÂre likely to encounter as they assume a new role. According to Curry, four key strategies presented and applied in the program can ease the transition from peer to boss:
1. Accepting the responsibilities of the new role.
2. Exercising abilities to set clear boundaries with former peers.
3. Strengthening communication skills.
4. Taking thoughtful and strategic action when necessary.
Peer Today, Boss Tomorrow is available in a free preview package. The program includes a video and Facilitator Guide with agenda options, reproducible participant materials, reproducible Self-Study Workbook and PowerPoint presentation for download. To find out more, visit http://www.businesstrainingmedia.com or call 1-888-337-2121.
Formed in 1998, BusinessTrainingMedia.com provides workforce and business-development training programs designed exclusively for corporate trainers, managers, executives, educators, entrepreneurs, law enforcement and human resource professionals. The companyÂs corporate training Website features more than 5000 workforce-training videos, DVDs, instructor-led workshops, live seminars, books and interactive computer-based learning programs. BusinessTrainingMedia.com has more than 4000 customers worldwide, including AT&T, Amazon.com, 3M, IBM, Bank of America, Disney Worldwide, FedEx, United States Postal Service, Yahoo!, Sprint, University of Arizona, Penn State University and others.
Through a partnership with Seminar Information Services, BTM provides access to over 360,000 live seminars and workshops listed annually. Subscribers can enroll online. Among the more than 500 seminar providers in the BTM database are the American Management Association, Karrass Seminars, Skillpath Seminars, Padgett-Thompson, UCLA, University of Michigan, and the Wharton School, to name a few. In addition, BTM offers a growing online library of free business management, training, and compliance articles.
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