The Leadership Launch Pad:
making the leap from
team member to team leader
Mark your calendar: Tuesday May 28th at 3:00 pm Central
The online, interactive, live workshop starts in:
Congratulations. You made it.
You got the promotion you’ve been waiting for: you’re a manager and a leader.
(Or you’re about to get it, hoping to get it, waiting (im)patiently to get it)
And you want to be prepared for SUCCESS.
But you’re finding out (or suspecting) that this juuuust might be a bigger leap than you anticipated.
It’s true: what got you here won’t get you there.
The skills you learned and honed over the years as an individual contributor are not the skills you need to be successful as a leader.
Let’s talk about what WILL.
Let’s talk about what you need to know to make this transition successfully and with the least stress and overwhelm possible.
Because I don’t want you to be one of the 60 percent of new leaders who fail in their first year.
Join me to discover the one thing your senior leadership and immediate manager most want you to understand ~ and you most need to know ~ but they haven’t told you.
(Don’t blame them. They don’t get why you don’t get it. But I do, and I’ll explain.)
What people are saying about past sessions…
“Wonderful discussion. Good ideas and things to reflect on and think about.” ~ E.C.
“Great discussion!” ~ R.M.
“This is great. I was expecting a webinar – this is so much better!” ~ R.S.
And my favorite of all:
“The Launch Pad workshop was phenomenal!!! I was able to glean quite a few ideas from our group discussion.” ~ D. Bianca Butler
Hi. I’m Grace Judson, and I’m a leadership geek…
… and after 25-plus years in the corporate world, starting as a lowly junior programmer and rising to spend 16 years in executive leadership, I decided it was time – time to do something about the sad lack of support for newly-promoted managers and emerging leaders.
I’m on a mission to make corporate life more fun. Not just livable; not just bearable: fun. Work shouldn’t suck. The corporate life shouldn’t be a rat race.
And sixty percent of new leaders shouldn’t fail in their first year.
Join me – and let’s start a movement!