Lead People...
Manage Things

How to Succeed as a First-Time Manager

Our free four-part online video course titled Lead People...Manage Things: How to Succeed as a First-Time Manager, is a proven system that will walk you step by step through the processes that successful managers use to reach the top of their profession. 

What others are saying...

"What a refreshing new voice...! Many talk the concept of leading people, but few actually give the many different facets and their explanations of how to lead people." 

Danielle M. Wilson

Physician Center Manager, Newark, Ohio, USA

"Brian Ward issues a challenge to readers who desire to be great leaders – honestly answer Brian's five critical questions and you'll learn a whole lot about yourself and your leadership focus."

Sandi L. Humphrey

Editor, Association Magazine

About Management4M

The Management4M is singularly focused on helping new and first-time managers succeed. In many organizations, when someone is promoted to a management or supervisory position they are left to fend for themselves when it comes to learning how to lead and manage. This results in new managers absorbing content from various sources, mostly web content, which can vary considerably in terms of quality and consistency. 


At the Management4M we tackle this problem by providing training that builds a strong foundation and a common language for managing and leading.

Being a manager for the first time can feel overwhelming.

Lead People...
Manage Things 
How To Succeed as a 
First-Time Manager

It's time for you to get started. Enrol in our FREE Course and get going today. No credit card required:

This is FREE training and no credit card is required. You will also receive additional weekly content from us to broaden your learning. You may unsubscribe at any time.
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From Our Blog...

Seven Things New Managers Need to Pay Attention to Now
Every new manager goes through a "honeymoon" period. That's when everyone seems to be on your side, with lots of advice on how you should lead and manage. People are really happy for you and want to see you succeed. Unfortunately, this doesn't last for long. Soon, people head back towards focusing on their own responsibilities. It's then that the advice and support start to dry up. What do you do then?
The Biggest Mistake I See New Managers Make
When I became a manager, I made the same mistake myself. It's the most common mistake that I see many first-time managers make. It's a mistake that causes so much anxiety and stress in their lives, and it can be avoided. It's a mistake that's easy to make, but not so easy to fix. I call it the "Expert Syndrome". Let me explain...

What others are saying...

"When I learned to do these things effectively, things took a real turn for the better. My reputation in the field I work in got a major boost. I started developing programs for disadvantaged youth (currently up and working) and I started to get offers for promotions.

The big difference is that I now have a system to work. A system that works. I recommend this program to all. Get involved. You have nothing to lose but bad habits. What you have to gain is a proven system that works. 

Thanks and best wishes!"

Roger W. Noe 

State of Kentucky,
Central Region Mental Health

"This guy knows exactly what effect he wants to achieve. He not only wants us to read but he wants us to think while reading. And he does it successfully."

Boryslaw Wereszczynski 

Unit Manager, Krakow, Poland

Lead People...
Manage Things 
How To Succeed as a 
First-Time Manager

It's time for you to get started. Enrol in our FREE Course and get going today. No credit card required:

This is FREE training and no credit card is required. You will also receive additional weekly content from us to broaden your learning. You may unsubscribe at any time.
We respect your privacy - please see the link to our Privacy policy at the bottom of this page for details on how we safeguard your personal information.

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