Do any of these situations strike a chord with your position?
You are employed as an expert, a specialist, an experienced practitioner, and then one day you find yourself with 'management responsibilities'.
You took the leap into self-employment, consultancy, freelancing, and suddenly you find you have gaps in your experience and knowledge... how to actually 'manage' as well as doing the stuff you are masterly at.
You lead, manage (or help to manage) a small business or start-up. It is growing, and you need help to upskill one or two key people. But you can't justify engaging someone to come and do a full 'in-house' training event for a few people, who you can only spare for a half- or full-day at most.
However you get there, you look for help as the 'management stuff' starts to bury you. Your time for the 'day job', your social life and your family ebbs away. And you come up against a wall of silence, whether or not it is sympathetic.
That's where we come in... Manage and Thrive Training.
Go beyond managing. Thrive.