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Man holding a picture To avoid creating a sense of isolation, group your managers together into “classes” so they can learn, practice and roleplay together. (Image: Shutterstock)

Most new managers feel underprepared for their roles. Considering that over a quarter of leaders never receive any training at all, that’s not surprising.

Manager performance is a leading indicator of company performance. When you don’t equip managers with the skills they need, you’re setting up more than just their teams for failure. That’s why learning and development are both so important. When structured the right way, manager training programs can be interactive, engaging, and give new leaders the confidence boost they need.

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