Supervisors, managers and leaders that have moved into a new role get a very small amount of the training that they need to be successful in the role. Despite having sound qualifications and years of experience, and despite given the fact that most people learn on the job, there are many aspects that are unknown about the job and the new role. Research has consistently proven this.

The first three months are a crucial period for building the vital learning needed for phasing into a new role painlessly. What learning should be imparted during this period? What should be learnt and how? Who should impart this learning? A webinar, which, leading provider of professional training for all the areas of regulatory compliance is organizing on September 27, will explain these and all other aspects of phasing into the new role.

Michael Healey, a senior human resources professional, will be the expert at this webinar. Please register for this valuable learning session by logging on to–201026live


Strategies and ideas, that when formulated in a structured manner, help build a successful foundation for the future success in the organization, are learnt best in the first 90 days of joining the organization. These of course, continue to be useful beyond this period. Michael will teach how to inculcate these.


This learning is for those who are worried about how to deal with all the different personalities at the workplace, those who want to ensure that they get the team on board and engaged early on, those who have staff that are senior in terms of age and experience in their roles, inherit a dysfunctional team, and are desirous of excelling, but are unsure of where to start.

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Author's Bio: 

About the speaker: For over thirty years, Michael has been consulting with businesses and organizations that understand the value of developing organizational culture and their people as a foundation for continual improvement and enhancing organizational capacity.