Many top-talents get promoted based on their skills, achievements and performance history… but often, once promoted, these all-stars seem to hit an invisible wall in their new managerial role.
They are now expected to lead teams and exhibit managerial traits that they had never learned or been taught and which were not required in their previous roles.
They now need to shift gears and become stars in an entirely different way. It’s no longer about how fast they run, or their ability to score the winning shot. Rather, it’s up to them to be the motivating coach who inspires others to run fast and score.
Simply put: for these top talents, what got them “here” won’t take them “there”.
In fact, some of the very things that made them shine as top players, may very well now serve as significant blockers to their success as managers.
At Vayomar, we have put together a program that maps out 10 such guidelines, organized in the 5 following categories:
Discussions around these 10 guidelines are facilitated in full alignment with your company’s vision, core-values and strategy.
This method allows the surfacing of in-depth insights among your mid-level managerial layer, followed by actionable insights tailored to your company’s specific reality to create stars within your leadership, following change and promotion.