Free Report: Developing New Managers: Key Elements for Success


Developing New Managers: Key Elements for Success (hereafter, the Study) is a new examination of first-time manager development. The Study found that many organizations were achieving strong results in developing new leaders; further, most participating organizations offered structured development programs or individual training assets specifically for new managers.

In this study, you will get more insight and context in the following sections:

  • What’s happening in new manager development?
  • Developing new managers poses challenges
  • Development profiles: people and virtual managers
  • Development profiles: sales and technical managers

Learn more about how craft new manager training thoughtfully, purposefully, and practically for your organization in ATD's newest report. Complete the form to download.

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