Essential Skills for New Managers (April 2017)
It’s time to let Poynter help you jumpstart your management career.
Maybe you’re an inexperienced manager just starting your new role. Or maybe you’ve got managerial experience but have had little training. In either case, you could use some tools — and a hefty dose of confidence.
Essential Skills for New Managers will give you both: the tools and confidence to lead and grow a staff of high-performing journalists.
Join veteran newsroom leader Butch Ward, Poynter’s Senior Faculty for Leadership, Editing and Writing; Cheryl Carpenter, Chief of the Washington Bureau for McClatchy, and members of the Poynter faculty for a highly-interactive week devoted to helping you master the skills that every manager needs to help their staff reach their potential. You’ll receive personalized feedback — from your newsroom — about your strengths and challenges. You’ll get one-on-one coaching on your most pressing concerns. You’ll get help for leading your staff through the transition of becoming digital-first.
You’ll return home with confidence and management tools that will begin paying dividends immediately. You can see a sample schedule here.
- How to establish your credibility as a leader, even if you are new in your role
- How to provide feedback and coaching that will improve quality and motivation
- How to plan and carry out difficult conversations that help you and your staff work more effectively
- How to use your time to more effectively carry out your responsibilities
- How to build effective relationships with your staff, your peers and your boss
- How to manage people who were once your peers, friends or bosses
- How to focus your staff’s work every day on the audiences you’re trying to reach
- How to integrate social media into your staff’s workday — in a way that enhances their work
Special pricing is available for this seminar
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