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Ch 4: Working Under New Leadership

About This Chapter

Ease workplace transition and the challenges of working under new leadership by showing your employees this well-crafted chapter. You can utilize these lessons and quizzes on an individual basis or during corporate training programs.

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.

Skills Covered

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

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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