Unique coaching programmes for Accidental Managers 

How much could an accidental manager cost your business? 

The truth is, you won't know until it's too late. 
 
You'll probably look at lots of other solutions. Changing processes. Restructuring. Product training. Sales and Marketing training.  
But actually, the real problem is that the person in charge of the team just doesn't have the knowledge and skills to manage people - or perhaps they know the theory but they don't know how to apply it in their day job. 
 
Struggling accidental managers tend to say things like: 
 
“I don’t have time to manage a team – I’m too busy doing the day job”. 
“I can’t delegate any of my workload because no-one can do it as well as me”. 
"I'm not stressed - I just need my team to step up". 

1:1 Coaching for Accidental Managers 

Our 1:1 coaching programme is as unique as you are. Truly tailored to your needs. Tell us your problems, and we’ll design a programme to tackle them, once and for all. 
 
Our programme is flexible – if team issues crop up we can tackle them together in real time, so you are constantly making progress and improving the way your team performs. 
 
It will help you to: 
 
Get really clear about what good people management and HR look like, and how the right approach will make your life easier, save you mountains of time, make you 100% more productive, keep your team happy and make your business more profitable. 
Learn how employment law and good management practice can help you get more from your team. 
 
Quickly establish what you stand for, and what you don’t, and have the confidence to stand firm when employees are arguing with you, and stop team conflict in its tracks. 
 
Understand how to get 80% of your team management results from 20% of your effort, by knowing which things to focus on daily, weekly and monthly to get your team firing on all cylinders. 
 
Instantly recognise the signals that tell you to tread carefully, and to know when and where to find help. 
 
Know which conversations to have, and when and how to have them. 
 
Understand that the role of a manager is to support every team member to be the very best they can be. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
If you don’t have time to manage a team because you’re too busy doing the day job, 
 
then understand this. 
 
If you have a team, managing them IS your day job. 
 
Managing people shouldn't be a headache and it shouldn't be a hassle. 
 
The right management approach will transform your business. Ready to talk? 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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