Making the Transition from Staff Member to Aviation Manager

What does becoming an aviation supervisor/manager involve? What skills are needed to be a good one, and what will others expect of you? These are all questions for anyone who is about to become responsible for managing others, or who has recently been promoted. Moving into your first management role represents possibly one of the biggest changes in your aviation career . The transition from player to manager is an exciting, but challenging one. Especially true in a technical field like aviation, becoming a manager takes most people out of areas in which they have been comfortable and successful, and moves them into more unfamiliar territories.
 
One of the critical responsibilities of any aviation manager is to conduct meaningful and honest performance reviews.  Prior to giving a review, you must first understand what motivates and engages your employees.  This webinar will provide a useful tool to help you better understand the wants and needs of your employees, the importance of recognition and development opportunities, and information on the performance review process.

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Seminar Information
Seminar Date:
June 06, 2012
Seminar Information
Date Presented:
June 20, 2012 1:00 PM Eastern
Length:
1 hour
Making the Transition from Staff Member to Manager
Speaker Information
Dorette Kerr   [ view bio ]
Kathy Marchetta   [ view bio ]
Employee Performance Management for New Managers
Speaker Information
Dorette Kerr   [ view bio ]
Kathy Marchetta   [ view bio ]
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