Becoming a New Manager

Becoming a New Manager

Jumping into the role of a manager can be hard! Join Dr. Clara with this 4-part series to help guide you through this transition.

Dr Clara Seeger (PhD) is a highly experienced coach, corporate facilitator, online course creator, speaker and author, specialising in mental balance and wellbeing, mindfulness and meditation, neuroscience and emotional intelligence. Clara works with senior leaders in the workplace to help them realise higher levels of sustainable wellbeing by cultivating a more balanced mind. Her approach marries ancient contemplative wisdom and meditation with findings from modern neuroscience, emotional intelligence and psychology. When working with Clara you will tap into your deepest aspirations, re-examine your priorities, learn to focus your mind, understand your biases and learn to regulate your emotions! Clara was awarded a distinction in her M.Sc in “Mindfulness: Neuroscience and Clinical Applications” from King’s College, London. She is the author of Mindfulness
at Work: Learn to be Mindful in Seven Simple Steps (Hachette UK, 2016), a practical and neuroscience-based introduction to mindfulness for the workplace as well as a neuroscience-based coaching book Investing in Meaning: An Alternative Approach to Leveraging your Portfolio (Completely Novel, 2012).

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Becoming a New Manager
  • Finding your Feet

    As a new manager you’re expected to hit the ground running with little time to reflect and prepare. In this session you will have the opportunity to contemplate who you want to be and what you want to bring to the job so you can step into the new role with greater awareness of your own state of m...

  • Adopting a Growth Mindset

    The willingness to remain flexible and adaptable to changing and challenging circumstances is a crucially important mindset to bring to the role of a manager as it allows for growth and development. In this session you will be introduced to the notion of a growth mindset, its basis in neuroscienc...

  • Managing like a Coach

    The most successful managers realize that in order to bring out the best in people the most effective management style is to manage as a coach rather than from the front. In this session you will learn what a coaching mindset involves and how you can empower your direct reports through applying k...

  • Managing Others Without Bias

    No manager is immune to unconscious bias but we can become aware of our biases and learn to counteract them. In this session you will be introduced to a mindfulness practice to help you reconstruct how biases arise in the mind and ripple out to how we communicate with others and the way we treat ...