Preparing for the Transition from Employee to a Supervisory or Management Role

Successfully face the challenges that come with a promotion.


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  • Duration 2 days
  • Regular fee 935
  • Preferential fee 795?
  • Locations
    • Quebec City
    • Montreal
    • Gatineau

Accreditation and partners association

  • Project Management Institute 12 PDU

Formation path :

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To provide the knowledge and skills required to identify, understand and manage the steps that are crucial to a successful transition towards a supervisory/management position. Identify the potential traps to avoid and tools to use.

Targeted audience

Anyone who has been promoted to a higher level in which they will be called upon to supervise and manage personnel.



Customer Testimonials

Best practical course I've had so far!

Cendrine D. / Coordonnatrice ressources humaines et formation, Mine Raglan


  • Before saying yes: the two sides of the coin - people often only see the good and ignore potential disadvantages. “Am I ready?” A self-evaluation survey.
  • The profile of required skills: relationship and political techniques
  • After saying yes: managing your own expectations as well as those of your superior, colleagues and team; grieving what you have left behind and handling resistance
  • Making your mark in the first few months
  • Evolving from incompetence to excellence: why the skills that got you promoted may not be those that you need to succeed in your new job
  • Building credibility: establishing values, managing by example, listening and supporting
  • Managerial courage: definition and characteristics
  • Building a network
  • Identifying the influential members of the team
  • Playing power games: how to recognize and thwart manipulation
  • Developing a vision and a mission
  • The stages of change: observe, diagnose, plan, communicate, implement and support
  • Fifteen critical errors to avoid
  • Tool kit


*Unless stated otherwise, all sessions are in French.
  • Quebec City

    September 10 to September 11 2018

  • Montreal

    October 3 to October 4 2018

  • Gatineau

    October 15 to October 16 2018

  • Montreal

    November 26 to November 27 2018

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