How To Be Successful as a First-Time Manager

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Ramona Shaw

Ramona Shaw, LLC

What I’ve learned as a leadership coach to hundreds of new managers is that there is one thing that causes new managers to fail more than any other reason. You might be great at achieving results and getting stuff done, but the problem is not a skill issue. Instead, the problem is created by how you think.To succeed as a first-time manager, there are 4 critical shifts you have to make in your thought process. First-time managers who embrace these shifts quickly and change their behaviors are those who succeed and become leaders people love to work for.

Bio:
Ramona Shaw is a Certified Professional Leadership Coach, podcast host, and best-selling author of “The Confident & Competent New Manager: How to Rapidly Rise to Success in Your First Leadership Role.”
She is passionate about helping new and mid-level managers become leaders people love to work for by strengthening their leadership and communication skills, raising their confidence and resilience, and increasing their focus and emotional intelligence.
After graduating with a Master’s Degree in Finance, Ramona entered the field of private equity and ultimately led strategic projects and international teams as a VP of Client Services at a renowned global private equity firm.
She now specializes in delivering coaching and training programs for leaders at fast-growing startups and companies such as Twitch, UBS, Google, Dropbox, Lionsgate,  Asana, Stitch Fix, Sequoia Capital, and dozens of others.
To learn more, visit www.ramonashaw.com, grab her book at www.ramonashaw.com/book or on Amazon, and don’t forget to connect with her on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ramona-shaw/
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