About This Chapter
Working Under New Leadership - Chapter Summary
Our training chapter outlines various aspects of working under new leadership. Use it to give your employees an understanding of these concepts. Subjects include working with a new boss, the characteristics of an ineffective leader and giving feedback to a new boss. These interactive lessons are self paced and can be completed at your teams' convenience from a computer or mobile device.
How It Helps
- Boosts confidence: During times of transition at work, your employees could feel more confident working with a new boss, setting up goals and working effectively with new hires.
- Provides strategies: Specific information about how to give feedback to a new boss and handle working with a new supervisor is offered so that your employees may develop skills they can implement right away at work.
- Offers knowledge: Team members can review the characteristics of an ineffective leader and working with a new boss.
Our chapter helps your employees learn how to:
- Work with the personality of a new boss
- Establish goals with a new manager/boss
- Outline the characteristics of ineffective leaders
- Understand how to offer feedback to a new boss
1. Working with a New Boss's Personality
Things are always changing. And as an employee, you may eventually get a new boss if you haven't already experienced that kind of change. In this lesson, learn how to get along with a new boss.
2. Establishing Goals with a New Boss
When an employee gets a new supervisor, they have a responsibility to share their professional goals with the new leadership. This lesson discusses specific techniques and principles for completing this.
3. Characteristics of an Ineffective Leader
Have you ever worked under a Bad Boss Bob? In this lesson, we'll explore the characteristics of ineffective leaders and how these traits negatively impact a business environment.
4. How to Give Feedback to a New Boss: Strategies & Examples for Employees
A change at the supervisory level can be a source of significant stress. This lesson explores ways that employees can give a new supervisor candid feedback about expectations and effectiveness.
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