Employee Development

38 Resources to Help New Managers Be Successful

New manager transition

Whether you’re tasked to guide new managers through the transition into a new role, or you’re a first-time manager yourself, there’s a lot of pressure on how well you do. The success of a business leans on the success of individual managers, since their actions and leadership style have a strong influence on the company’s most valuable asset – its employees.

There’s a whole new set of skills needed when entering a management role, and there’s a lot of advice out there about what it takes to be successful. Since time is one of the most precious of managers’ resources, we’ve compiled these infographics, ebooks, webinars, and articles where you can find new manager tips, strategies, and advice.

Here’s what to expect from these different types of manager resources:

  • Infographics – quick information and tips that can be used to benefit your larger strategies
  • Webinars – guidance from subject-matter experts who specialize in providing resources for managers and improving their performance
  • Ebooks – clear strategies and guidelines that you can implement in your organization’s processes
  • Articles – insights from the knowledge and experiences of others who have worked through the same issues you’re dealing with

BizLibrary has more to offer than these four types of resources, so if you’re looking to train your team and support managers’ performance with video-based learning, check out how our online content library, The BizLibrary Collection, can benefit your organization.

Infographics With New Manager Tips

Infographic: From Manager to Coach

From Manager to Coach: Development Tips

New Managers Aren’t Getting the Training They Need to Succeed

17 of the Biggest Differences Between Managers and Leaders

10 Great Tips To Get First-Time Managers Rolling

The State of the Modern Manager

13 Personality Traits and Qualities of a Great Boss

Engaging and Managing Remote Employees

8 Ways Managers Can Motivate Change

The Manager’s Guide to Letting Go

Emotional Intelligence

Leadership Tips for First Time Managers

Webinars With In-Depth Guidance for New Managers

How to Manage the Most Challenging People at Work

Taking the Lead: Five Things Every Supervisor Needs to Know

Sink or Swim: Supporting the Transition to New Manager

7 Steps to Help New Managers Succeed

Develop Good Leadership Habits Early Instead of Trying to Fix Them Later

Leadership Skills Development for First-Time Managers

How Google Makes Managers Awesome

Peer to Leader: How to Develop Your First-Time Managers

Emotional Intelligence: How Good Leaders Become Great

Feedback: Its Imperative Role in Performance Management

Ebooks With Proven Strategies for Supporting Managers

New Manager Playbook

A Great Start Makes All the Difference: Essential Skills for the New Manager

Developing The Coaching Skills of Your Managers and Leaders

Millennials Who Manage: How to Overcome Workplace Perceptions and Become a Great Leader (Chapter One)

Skills for New Managers

Developing Your Leaders’ Emotional Intelligence

Articles to Gain Insight on Training Your New Managers

Coaching employee to improve performance

7 Coaching Tips for Managers and Leaders

Why Training Means a Lot to Millennials

Training Tactics for Developing Your Managers’ Leadership Skills

Millennial Managers: A Guide For Successful Management

10 Books Every First-Time Manager Should Read

From Tension to Trust: Turn New Managers Into Leaders

How to Onboard New Hires Like A Boss

5 Strategies for Resolving Employee-Manager Conflict

Employee Onboarding vs. Orientation: Why You Need Both

How to Train New Managers

9 Tips for Dealing with Disagreement and Conflict

To find more resources that can help you overcome some of your biggest business challenges, check out our entire Resource Library! It covers everything from leadership development to employee turnover to compliance.

Training & Development Industry Researcher | Krista researches, analyzes, and writes about the impacts of employee learning on organizations and individuals. She looks at the industry shifts and trends that matter to L&D and HR professionals, and helps them understand how to create better training programs that grow their employees and their business.