Today the role of management is being reshaped by a number of new workplace trends, one of the most prominent being the rise of a new generation of young managers. PWC has predicted that by 2020 millennials will make up 50% of the global workforce. The question is are they ready to become leaders?
Now more than ever, it’s time to reassess the role of management and the skills needed to lead the modern workforce. In a recent webinar, expert leadership coach and CEO of ThinkHuman, Meredith Haberfeld, and Wibe Van de Vijver, Head of Impraise North America, discussed the best way to develop your next generation of leaders, including:
The key skills new managers need to develop
Top training techniques used to turn managers into great coaches
How to manage people with different communication/motivation styles
How to help new managers take and use upward feedback to their advantage
Ways to connect experienced managers with young new digital leaders
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About the hosts:
Meredith Haberfeld, CEO of ThinkHuman
Meredith has 15-plus years of experience as a coach to fast-growth organizations such as Spotify, Goldman Sachs and SoulCycle. She teaches at top educational institutions and is a frequent expert for media outlets including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, CNBC, CNN, Fast Company and Forbes. In 2008 she founded ThinkHuman, a coaching institute teaming up with CEOs and leadership teams to bring vision, strategy, a culture of purpose and incredible experiences to life.
Wibe van de Vijver, Head of Impraise North America
A former Googler, Wibe left the tech trailblazer in 2015 to join early stage startup Impraise. With a focus on boosting employee engagement, feedback and performance management he’s been able to focus on his passion: helping companies create highly engaging work cultures. Since joining Impraise, the company has grown rapidly with two international offices in New York and Amsterdam and over 100 clients including Booking.com, Atlassian and Shopify.