Crash Course For New Managers | June 25
About This Class
Being good at managing others is not about how smart you are, or how much you care. It's about developing your self-awareness, soft skills, and mindset!
This training is designed for new managers who want to develop these essential skills and be more authentic leaders at work and life. Throughout the day there will be lots of hands-on exercises and discussion about your specific situation, so you'll have actionable takeaways you can apply right away.
You'll feel more confident, empowered, and equipped to handle common work challenges.
You will also learn self-care strategies and how to integrate mindfulness into your work life, so you have more energy, better focus, and can build high-functioning work relationships.
This training is designed for new managers, including account managers, PMs, and EAs. Aspiring managers are welcome to join, as well as experienced leaders who want a fresh perspective and review of foundational skills.
General Assembly’s classes, workshops & events are for recreational purposes and are not regulated by the bureau of proprietary school supervision.
If this class is recorded, students will be sent the recording link within 7 days after class completion by email. Students are encouraged to download and save any shared materials (worksheets, deck if applicable) during class for later reference as they are not be shared by email.
- The Support & Authority Matrix — Learn to identify your blindspots and choose which skills to develop.
- Mindset Shift — From Individual Contributor to Manager, get the mindset shift you need to be successful at managing others.
- Boundaries — Learn to establish boundaries that protect your time and energy. Be clear and assertive in a way that builds trust.
- Presence & Deep Listening— Influence others without saying a word. Feel more relaxed and confident, no matter who else is at the table.
- Managing Up — Develop skills and strategies for effective communication with your manager, and other people higher up in the organization.
- Coaching — Learn how to have a coaching conversation so you can better guide and mentor others. Become more skillful when others bring problems to you: do you need to solve it, tell the person what to do, or coach them to find the right next step?
- Giving & Receiving Feedback — Get better at having uncomfortable conversations, and seeing your own blindspots. Learn how to get useful feedback from others, and find out how to respond effectively when others are hostile or defensive.
You will need access to a laptop or computer with a working webcam and microphone as well as a strong internet connection.
This class will occur completely online using Zoom.
Class setup information will be emailed to all students signed up around 24 hours before (and again an hour before) your class launches.
Each individual class participant must have purchased a ticket.
About the Instructor
Jasmine Adams is an experienced career coach with 10+ years of coaching early to mid-career business professionals on career / industry transitions, salary negotiations, interview preparation, strategic career planning, resume enhancements and preparation for consulting case studies. She is also a Human Capital Management Consultant with Deloitte Consulting, LLP where she works closely with corporate executives to devise and execute talent and organization design strategies for Fortune 500 Companies. Jasmine’s passion for career progression and leadership has been cultivated through her organization Career Convos where she profiles the successes and challenges of bold leaders in their career journey. Most recently Jasmine was a featured speaker at Columbia University’s 2018 Women’s Insights on the Art of Negotiation Summit, also known as WIN Summit, which is a unique professional development conference, tailored to focus on women and negotiation skills.
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