Webcast: How to Succeed as a First Time Manager
Moving from an individual contributor to a first-time management role requires a major leap in your career. It’s a completely different role. Your new job is to create the conditions for others to succeed, not to do the work yourself. As a manager, you must develop the skills of effective delegation and motivation and avoid the trap of micromanagement.
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND
All CPAs interested in moving into leadership positions , new business leaders, new finance and accounting managers
Author of: Leader Evolution – From Technical Expertise to Strategic Leadership
Dr. Alan Patterson has guided more than a dozen Fortune 500 companies in re-thinking how best to elevate their talent and drive effective organizational change. He has more than three decades of international consulting experience in change management, leadership development, and executive coaching. In 2006, he formed MentorÉ, a consulting organization that focuses on aligning leadership, strategy, roles, and skill sets to major shifts in the business. Prior to MentorÉ, Dr. Patterson worked as a partner for 20 years at Bryan Associates, Inc., a consulting group specializing in competency-based talent development initiatives.
Dr. Patterson’s expertise has been tapped by many global and national organizations, including Anheuser-Busch, Biogen, Entergy, Federal Reserve Bank, Johnson & Johnson, Hewlett-Packard, Major League Baseball, Merck, Sea World, Shire Pharmaceutical and the United States Navy.
A published author, Dr. Patterson has been a featured speaker and workshop leader for several national associations, including serving as a national expert resource for the American Institute for CPAs (AICPA) and many state CPA associations. He holds a BA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, an MA from University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and an Ed.D. from Boston University.