Starting Point

New to the site? This will help clarify:

The work that I do centers around helping new managers find their way to success in their new position. Being promoted can be an exciting time, but it is important to remember that many people that you worked with will have to make a shift in how they see you. People who were your coworkers today will now be your subordinates. The people within the organization might be happy for you, angry or resentful that you were promoted and they were not, and some might exhibit passive-aggressive behaviors. You also might find that other managers, some who mentored you to your promotion, now see you as a threat and treat you as such. Even people who think you deserved the promotion might not respond to you as a person with authority.  The good news is that you do not have to maneuver through all this by yourself.

You are a manager now, and that is great! But establishing yourself as such can be daunting, and that is where I come in.

My hope for you is that you will succeed beyond your wildest expectations, have the confidence it will take to get there, and have plenty of ambition to fuel the trip. If you would like to visit with me about your new promotion and all that entails, click here to find out more about my business coaching program.

I have highlighted a few of my top blogs and ones that are good to read to get you up to speed with what I’m about. If you have any questions please visit my ‘contact’ page and drop me a line. Together we can find the spark that will set it all on fire for you!

Recommended blogs to get you up to speed:

♦ Best Bosses are Genuine, and They Work to Become That 

♦ First Steps to a Deeper Understanding of Self

♦ 7 Ways to Use Your Best Qualities to Build Your Business