Category Archives: new to management

What Difference do Managers Make for Your Mission?

  INVEST IN MANAGERS TO BETTER FULFILL YOUR MISSION— By Ginny Trierweiler, Ph.D., the Mission-Based Leadership Coach   Nonprofit organizations exist to change the world—to strengthen the community and improve the lives of the people in the community.  But things … Continue reading

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Another Key to Success in the Transition to Management

 By Dr. Ginny Trierweiler In my last two posts, I addressed five keys to becoming effective in a new management position: 1. Get Clarity about Your New Role 2. Acknowledge Power Differences 3.  Give Clear Expectations and Feedback 4. Coach Employees to Success … Continue reading

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The 7th Key to Making a Successful Transition to Management

In previous posts, I addressed six keys to becoming effective in a new management position: 1. Get Clarity about Your New Role 2. Acknowledge Power Differences 3.  Give Clear Expectations and Feedback 4. Coach Employees to Success 5.  Choose Your … Continue reading

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Bring your Authentic Self to a new Management Position

Bring your Strengths – and your most Authentic Self– to Work each day.  In many organizations, it’s the employees who are really good at their jobs who are promoted to management.  They want to excel in this role, too, but … Continue reading

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Promoted to Management? 3 Keys to Becoming a Great Manager

By Ginny Trierweiler, Ph.D., Ginny Trierweiler Consulting _________ “Promoted” from psychologist to mental health center manager and director more than 20 years ago, I had the opportunity to experience first-hand the excitement and disillusionment, pitfalls and opportunities that accompanied this “promotion.”  Since then, … Continue reading

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