Free eBook: Preparing Front-Line Managers To Succeed In Today’s Fast-Paced, Dynamic Workplace | eLearning Industry
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Explaining the core ideas behind the shift in perspective, Dr. Cleary breaks down the journey process in an approachable way, providing great advice to help your front-line managers succeed.
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This eBook explains need-to-know concepts for talent management professionals, with information provided by Kineo CEO Steve Lowenthal and Cammy Bean, Solutions Consultant. This includes how we discovered that organizations consistently struggle with making sure employees have the knowledge and skills they need to succeed along with answers to the following questions:
- Why do organizations consistently struggle to make sure their employees have the knowledge and skills they need to succeed?
- What is the learning-doing gap?
- What holds back today’s leadership training solutions?
- What specific changes will lead to improved front-line manager development?
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Steve Lowenthal, CEO, Kineo US writes in the foreword, "We’re in business to help organizations achieve their goals by making sure their employees have the knowledge and skills they need to succeed."
Our experience and research led us to identify that one audience organizations consistently struggle to do this well for is front-line managers. Many of the organizations we work with and spoke to are unhappy with their investments in developing front-line managers (aka supervisors, team leads, mid-level managers). We were puzzled.
Isn’t there a lot of training out their already for front-line managers? What’s
We decided to investigate and soon found that organization after organization bumped up against what we’ve come to call the learning-doing gap. They are clear on the importance of helping new managers transition from skilled individual producer to team leader and business manager, they feel good about the quality raining content available but the vast majority are frustrated by the lack of transfer back to the job after participating in training.
We puzzled over the learning-doing gap and this led us to define a new approach to developing front-line managers (an approach we hope is relevant in many other situations where there’s a learning-doing gap). In this white paper, we summarize what we found and the approach we’ve embraced.
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