New Leader Boost

A Mindset Shift For The Successful New Leader

Workshop Details

What it is

Interactive live training in a private meeting of your team members led by automotive industry veteran and D&I professional, Cheryl Thompson

Who it is for

  • Anyone who leads or is preparing to lead people
  • Those with less than three years of experience leading others.
  • Newly promoted leaders

What is included

  • Interactive Virtual Training via Zoom
  • A recording of the session
  • Participant Workbook
  • Mentor Guide

Duration

Training is 3 hours
90-minute option available for executive teams

Pricing

$2,500 for up to 50 participants

Workshop Details

What it is

Interactive live training in a private meeting of your team members led by automotive industry veteran and D&I professional, Cheryl Thompson

Who it is for

  • Anyone who leads or is preparing to lead people
  • Those with less than three years of experience leading others.
  • Newly promoted leaders

What is included

  • Interactive Virtual Training via Zoom
  • A recording of the session
  • Participant Workbook
  • Mentor Guide

Duration

Training is 3 hours
90-minute option available for executive teams

Pricing

$2,500 for up to 50 participants

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Schedule

Workshop Summary

Making the transition from employee to leader for the first time can sometimes be a stressful and challenging event. Newly promoted leaders may have excelled in their functional or technical area of expertise, but leading others requires new skills.

New leaders may have been promoted for several reasons:

  • They know the operations of the business and understand how things are done in the organization
  • They are very good at what they do and have developed specialized skills. It seems natural that the next logical career step would be into a leadership role.
  • A promotion validates an employees’ value and contribution to the business and can act as a motivator and incentive to excel.

Regardless of how individuals end up in their first leadership role, the experience is unlike anything they will encounter as they continue to get promoted up the organizational ladder.

Many times, new supervisors or leaders find that their expectations of their first supervisory experience are incomplete and simplistic.  Once in a leadership role, they realize that leadership has more demands, administrative tasks, planning, organizing, and people challenges than they ever expected.

In this workshop, participants will explore the challenges and opportunities that all new leader face when making that first leap into a supervisory role. To be successful, new leaders need to embrace a collaborative mindset and earn the trust and respect of their team which may be difficult to do if they are now managing people they once worked with side by side.

Join us in this workshop to learn about:

  • New leader mistakes and how to avoid them
  • The key roles and competencies of leadership
  • Challenges and opportunities for the new leader in any organization
  • Best practices that can encourage mutual respect between the employee and leader
  • Your greatest opportunities to step up as a leader and embrace success!
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Cheryl Thompson, MBA, CCC

CEO and Founder

Cheryl Thompson is the founder of Lead One Lead All (LOLA).  LOLA supports companies who are looking to bridge the leadership gap in the Industrial Sector.  She is also the CEO and Founder of Center for Automotive Diversity, Inclusion & Advancement (CADIA).  CADIA supports Diversity and Inclusion for the Automotive Industry by providing professional development for individuals, along with resources, programs and tools that drive organizational evolution.

A veteran of the automotive industry, Cheryl has over 30 years of experience at Ford Motor Company and American Axle and Manufacturing in positions ranging from skilled trades, operations, engineering and global leadership. 

She is trained in diversity and inclusion, career and leadership coaching and is Six Sigma trained and certified as a Black Belt. Cheryl has been recognized as a 2019 Influential Women in Manufacturing Honoree, a 2019 Corp Magazine Salute to Diversity award winner, Marketing and Sales Executives of Detroit Platinum Award, and is the recipient of two Diversity and Inclusion Awards from Ford Motor Company. 

A sought-after voice and speaker in the automotive, manufacturing and aerospace & defense industries, Cheryl has performed keynote addresses, workshops and breakout sessions for a number of companies and events, including TEDx Windsor, Women in Manufacturing (WiM), the American Automotive Summit, Society of Women Engineers (SWE) and CADIA’s annual Rev Up 2030 event.

Cheryl Thompson, MBA, CCC

CEO and Founder

Cheryl Thompson is the founder of Lead One Lead All (LOLA).  LOLA supports companies who are looking to bridge the leadership gap in the Industrial Sector.  She is also the CEO and Founder of Center for Automotive Diversity, Inclusion & Advancement (CADIA).  CADIA supports Diversity and Inclusion for the Automotive Industry by providing professional development for individuals, along with resources, programs and tools that drive organizational evolution.

A veteran of the automotive industry, Cheryl has over 30 years of experience at Ford Motor Company and American Axle and Manufacturing in positions ranging from skilled trades, operations, engineering and global leadership. 

She is trained in diversity and inclusion, career and leadership coaching and is Six Sigma trained and certified as a Black Belt. Cheryl has been recognized as a 2019 Influential Women in Manufacturing Honoree, a 2019 Corp Magazine Salute to Diversity award winner, Marketing and Sales Executives of Detroit Platinum Award, and is the recipient of two Diversity and Inclusion Awards from Ford Motor Company. 

A sought-after voice and speaker in the automotive, manufacturing and aerospace & defense industries, Cheryl has performed keynote addresses, workshops and breakout sessions for a number of companies and events, including TEDx Windsor, Women in Manufacturing (WiM), the American Automotive Summit, Society of Women Engineers (SWE) and CADIA’s annual Rev Up 2030 event.

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