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First-time Leaders still have the same expectations of their organization as they did 5 to 10 years ago but need Leadership development!

By | Nicolas BEHBAHANI | Global People Analytics Leader @ Future of Work | Leading Global HR Analytics, Driving Business Growth

⚠️Putting talented, productive people into leadership roles with the hope that they can succeed is not enough.

💡 The “softer” but increasingly critical leadership skills merit and require intentional development.

📣 If you are a first-line leader in today’s world, you need different behaviors to be successful than you did even just three years ago.

The first-line leaders who think future forward, act quickly, think clearly, and make good decisions amidst complexity; are open to feedback; help their teams align their individual career goals with the organization’s goals; get the right things done; and model well-being will have the strongest organizational impact.

➡️ So there is a critical need of focused development efforts for first-line leaders, according to a new interesting research published by The RBL Group using a database 📊 of more than 32,000 leadership behavior ratings collected over the last ten years.

✅Top challenges with Fist-time managers

Researchers have identified the following key challenges in developing frontline leadership:

❌ Promotion without adequate Training

❌ Intensified pressures faced by leaders post-COVID

❌ Managing remote and stressed teams with fewer resources.

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