First Time Manager

Almost all of us aspire to become a “Manager” sooner than later! Unfortunately, if professionals do not get timely inputs or guidance before taking on a managerial role for the first time, they might end up, albeit unknowingly, making some fundamental mistakes.

Key Features of First Time Manager

    • Expert trainers with rich organizational experience.
    • Instructor-led First Time Manager training with multiple training delivery modes.
    • Real-time case studies and activities to gain hands-on practice.
    • Guaranteed to Run First Time Manager batches spread across time zones.
    • Course completion certificate provided.

Course Overview

First Time Manager Training Program

By enrolling in this 2-days First Time Manager course, you will learn from experts the essential skills with respect to critical areas of a manager’s role. You will also get to assess yourself vis-à-vis important managerial styles as well as get to know best practices of some of the world-class organizations in this context. Professionals will get enough opportunities to practice what they learn during the course. Moreover, learners will get adequate support and coaching after the training to enable them to effectively apply the learning at the workplace.

Target Audience for First Time Manager

  • Project Team Members.
  • Aspiring Managers.
  • HR Professionals.
  • Aspiring Project Managers
  • Team Leaders
  • Professionals who have just begun their careers in an organization

  • Anybody who wants to gain proper understanding of key skills of becoming a First Time Manager in an organization


There are no prerequisites or eligibility criteria to take up this training. However, it would be beneficial if the participant has a prior experience of working in a team. The ideal batch size for this training would be 15-20 participants.

Exam Format

There is no exam format for this course.

First Time Manager Schedule

First Time Manager Agenda

  • Understand Yourself >> Lead Yourself >> Lead Others
  • Essential skills & behaviours for a Manager
  • Engaging your Team psychologically
  • “Who’s Guilty” – a case study
  • Effective Delegation
  • Holding the team members Accountable
  • Action >> Results