Starting as a manager with a new organization can be overwhelming or stressful at the least, even for the most seasoned manager. A new supervisor and expectations can also be sources of pressure for new managers. Many managers tend to rely on their experience, education and other credentials or recommendations to support them in their new role. That’s fine, to a point. Every new opportunity is just that—a clean slate where professionals can essentially start over and re-position themselves for greater impact and levels of success. A New Manager’s First 90 Days provides insight and action steps to help both new and experienced managers position themselves and their teams for peak performance.
For more than 25 years, Tuesday Strong has owned her development, helping others grow their potential to expand possibilities and experience growth. Tuesday is committed to lifelong learning. She possesses the desire and ability to help others by making the complex simple, distilling goals into action steps that lead to results. Those who work with Tuesday and use her materials can attest to her practical approach to professional development. Tuesday authored various e-books, online courses and other learning tools.
Tuesday holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Resource Management from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, a Master of Science Degree in Human Resource Development from Indiana State University and a Master of Science Degree in Strategic Management and a Master of Business Administration from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business. Tuesday is a Certified Professional in Human Resources through the Human Resources Certification Institute. Tuesday completed the Management Development Program at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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