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P R E S E N T E D B Y
F E R H A N P A T E L
WHEN YOU
FIRST BECOME A
BOSS
How to Become a Leader
CONTENT
The Fact Is, You’ll Never Be
Above “That” Boss
Making the Transition Upward
Diving into Successful
Leadership
We've all heard of
"that" boss
before.
The boss who is a yeller, a fighter, a tyrant.  The boss who
must have his way or he/she loses his/her temper.  Or,
maybe ...
Nobody wants to be
"that" boss.
THE FACT IS,
YOU’LL NEVER
BE ABOVE
“THAT” BOSSHow do you avoid fits of frustration when things aren’t
going well as a boss...
People who are “that” boss usually
did not start out that way.  They once
were new employees, ones who were
scared and des...
MAKING THE
TRANSITION
UPWARD
When transitioning from a lower-level
employee to a manager, supervisor,
director, or boss of...
When you take on a managerial
position, let’s say, for the first
time, you undergo a major
change of pace in your career.
...
THIS IS WHERE
BEING A LEADER
COMES INTO PLAY.
DIVING INTO
SUCCESSFUL
LEADERSHIPWith a promotion comes an entire shift in your
company.  You are no longer the friend but...
Your actions have much greater
consequences.  You have the ability
to choose whether to rule with fear
or with grace.  You...
... it is important not to think you have “reached
the top,” thinking you have nothing to learn.
 Being a leader versus a ...
THANK
YOU
B Y : F E R H A N P A T E L
V I S I T :
W W W . F E R H A N P A T E L . M E
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How to Be a Leader When You First Become a Boss

  1. 1. P R E S E N T E D B Y F E R H A N P A T E L WHEN YOU FIRST BECOME A BOSS How to Become a Leader
  2. 2. CONTENT The Fact Is, You’ll Never Be Above “That” Boss Making the Transition Upward Diving into Successful Leadership
  3. 3. We've all heard of "that" boss before.
  4. 4. The boss who is a yeller, a fighter, a tyrant.  The boss who must have his way or he/she loses his/her temper.  Or, maybe he/she is the opposite and is incredibly passive aggressive.  “That” boss is a boss who doesn’t take no for an answer and doesn’t support you when you need it most.  “That” boss is demanding, over the top, and makes everyone around him/her walk on eggshells or isn’t around much at all to help you. "THAT" BOSS
  5. 5. Nobody wants to be "that" boss.
  6. 6. THE FACT IS, YOU’LL NEVER BE ABOVE “THAT” BOSSHow do you avoid fits of frustration when things aren’t going well as a boss? What do you do when your company isn’t giving you the support you need to support your team of employees?  Many of those that are “that” boss do not have what they need to do the job well.  That is not to say that these bosses are not at fault for their actions and behaviors, but it does help us, those who are under them, to have some compassion for them.
  7. 7. People who are “that” boss usually did not start out that way.  They once were new employees, ones who were scared and desperate to make good impressions.  Realizing you are not above becoming a bad boss helps you have a healthy relationship with your emotions.  You learn to control them and respect others instead of lose them and belittle others.
  8. 8. MAKING THE TRANSITION UPWARD When transitioning from a lower-level employee to a manager, supervisor, director, or boss of any kind, it is important to realize that you are not “above” this risky behavior.  It takes skill, experience, patience, emotional intelligence, and time.
  9. 9. When you take on a managerial position, let’s say, for the first time, you undergo a major change of pace in your career.  You go from trying to meet deadlines to cover your job duties to trying to make sure ten people, for example, meet the deadlines to cover their job duties.  There is a sense of having control, in that you give directions to your subordinates and hold them accountable.  However, there is also sense of chaos, because you cannot, at the end of the day, force someone to do anything.
  10. 10. THIS IS WHERE BEING A LEADER COMES INTO PLAY.
  11. 11. DIVING INTO SUCCESSFUL LEADERSHIPWith a promotion comes an entire shift in your company.  You are no longer the friend but the parent (sometimes).  Your social role changes.  Your interactions with people and respect levels from other people change.  You have more say in what happens, which is awesome.  It can also be entirely terrifying.  “What if I make the wrong choice?”
  12. 12. Your actions have much greater consequences.  You have the ability to choose whether to rule with fear or with grace.  You can intimidate or guide.  You can coach or reprimand.  These all show different manners of tone and body language you can implement in your new role.  It is your choice how you lead.  No one else will be held accountable for your actions.  Increase your emotional intelligence.  According to Psychology Today, “Emotional intelligence is the ability to identify and manage your own emotions and the emotions of others,” and you will be an aware and reasonable leader.”  Increase this by reading and discussion with trusted peers and role models. Source: https://www.psychologytoday.com/basics/emotional-intelligence
  13. 13. ... it is important not to think you have “reached the top,” thinking you have nothing to learn.  Being a leader versus a demanding boss can look entirely different to different people.  What you have to decide for yourself in this new role is how you are going to manage people.  What will you be known for? Give this transition some heavy thought and talk it out with others you trust. OVERALL...
  14. 14. THANK YOU B Y : F E R H A N P A T E L V I S I T : W W W . F E R H A N P A T E L . M E

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