Invitation to attend a Blanchard webinar

Invitation to attend a Blanchard webinar

Blanchard International Bulgaria is pleased to invite all HBCB members and friends  to be guest for a free webinar on Thursday, September 22. That's when senior consulting partner Ann Phillips will be conducting a complimentary, online seminar for new managers looking to develop their skills in three key areas.

A Primer for New Managers: Respect, Trust, and Accountability

Thursday, September 22, 2011

9:00-10:00 a.m. Pacific Time, 12:00-1:00 p.m. Eastern Time

5:00-6:00 p.m. UK Time, 4:00-5:00 p.m. GMT

Presenter: Ann Phillips, Senior Consulting Partner, The Ken Blanchard Companies

Stepping into the role of a new manager-or taking on a new group of people-is a challenge for even the most seasoned of professionals. Making the move from an individual contributor to supervising the work of others brings a whole host of new challenges. Now, you have to think of both your own work and the work of others. It can be a confusing time as you begin to redefine yourself in your new role.

In this webinar, Blanchard Senior Consulting Partner Ann Phillips will show you how to master three basic competencies: 

  • Respect-how to earn it from your people-and how to show it in return
  • Trust-the four challenges every new leader faces
  • Accountability-why you need to expect the best from people and how to get it from them


Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your managerial skills. To register for this complimentary event, click on this link:



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