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Leadership Matters #16: Making the Transition to Your First Leadership Role

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You got that promotion - you are a new manager - CONGRATULATIONS!!! But the real work is just to start. As a manager you'll face challenges that you've never encountered before. How do you tackle them most effectively? What can you do to become a most successful manager and leader? --- Join us as I interview Leadership Expert, Kevin Eikenberry, as we discuss how to Successfully Transition to Your First Leadership Role. ---- About Kevin Eikenberry: Kevin Eikenberry is recognized world expert on leadership development and learning and is the Chief Potential Officer of The Kevin Eikenberry Group. He has spent the last 20 years helping organizations all across North America, and clients from around the world, on leadership, learning, teams and teamwork, creativity, and more. His client list includes: Aramark, the American Red Cross, A&W Canada, Bell Helicopter, Chevron, HillRom, Invesco, John Deere, Purdue University, Sears Canada, Southwest Airlines, the U.S. Marine Corps, the U.S. Mint, Verizon, and many more. He is a frequent presenter at professional conferences and a sought after keynote speaker. He currently serves on two Boards of Directors in order to contribute, hone his leadership skills and add an additional dimension to his experiences. He is the author of the bestselling books Remarkable Leadership and Vantagepoints on Learning and Life, and a contributing author to over 20 other books and #Leadershiptweet – is a collection of short leadership ideas originally written and published on Twitter. His newest book, co-authored with Guy Harris, titled From Bud to Boss – Secrets of the Successful Transition to Remarkable Leadership, was published in February. He publishes three electronic newsletters and a blog collectively read by over 40,000 people worldwide. You can learn more about him and his organization at http://KevinEikenberry.com .