Due to the fast pace of change today, many employees get thrust into managerial positions and immediately face numerous new challenges and responsibilities with little training. Ensuring that valuable individual contributors can adapt quickly into effective managers is critical to the long-term viability of every organization and is a fast track for an individual to pursue a more fulfilling career. In this workshop, you’ll get an in-depth look at the roles and responsibilities of a manager. We’ll look at goal setting, delegation, performance management, effective communication, leadership, motivating, and much more. You’ll walk out feeling prepared and confident to guide your team to new levels of success.
This workshop is highly interactive with group activities and discussions throughout. To participate you will need to:
Steph is a human-centred design practitioner and coach delivering value-driven projects in strategic, service and experience design. As a General Assembly instructor, she draws on deep knowledge and experience in human behaviour and psychology, digital and organisational transformation, change implementation, and end-to-end project management.
A certified agile ScrumMaster with a combined background in internet science and sociology, Steph's experience includes: leading the Customer Experience Improvement Strategies for both the Cities of Boroondara and Port Phillip in Melbourne; the redesign of the Australian Department of Finance's staff intranet; delivering design thinking bootcamps for Singaporean government ministries; and conducting user research projects for New Zealand Customs and the City of Auckland.
Currently driving world-class research and design capability at human-centred technology consultancy Mantel Group, Steph is passionate about bringing coaching practice and design thinking together to deliver high-quality human experiences and build capability in others. She loves connecting technical and non-technical tribes, getting diverse humans working together, evangelising HCD and UX mindsets, coffee and talking (of course).
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