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What the Top 2% of New Leaders Do that You Don’t

Let’s Develop Your Leadership Skills Fast!

What the Top 2% of New Leaders Do that You Don’t

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Here’s what clients have to say about TalentMakers:

“ … As a result, I started a discussion with my team about what our team values are and I managed to turn this feedback into a future-orientated vision which the whole team got involved in and follow through with. My leader recently gave me a compliment on how I picked up my role and Start-to-Lead® was what helped me take on this role. “
Judica Wondergem

Product Manager, Visavi (The Netherlands)

“ … Fabienne helped me find a balance between the business and human aspects of the job as a leader. In addition, you are taught about specific techniques, such as setting up SMART goals, giving feedback and organising effective meetings, to help improve your soft skills. … “
Jasmien Put

R&D Manager, Renson (Belgium)

You’re a First-Time Manager.

A recent Manager.

A fairly experienced Manager wanting to make a restart as a Leader…

and up till now you have basically ‘thrown’ yourself into your role. It’s going reasonably well, but you feel ‘STUCK’.

Just like a lot of (new) managers, you don’t give direct feedback to your employees.

The main reason is that you feel uncomfortable and insecure.

So, you avoid interacting with some team members because you hate the dreaded confrontations that often follow.

Instead, you spend too much time fighting fires, solving operational problems and falling behind on your work … which leaves even less time for managing people … which opens the door for even more problems.

You work innumerable hours of overtime, draining your valuable energy and leaving you hardly any time with your family.

You feel overwhelmed and lost. Or you even start doubting whether you should give up your dream and your leadership role.

I can help

Most leadership development programs being taught today just plain don’t work.

Sure… Everyone says to go back to school, get another certification, get a coach, or spend a few months in a training course and I’m not going to lie, that might help – eventually.

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Start-to-Lead® is different

My method allows my clients to develop their leadership skills fast.

They build towering self-confidence, build thriving teams, become invaluable to their organization, get noticed by their superiors, unlock big pay bumps and promotions in record time while being their authentic selves.

Without going back to school or spending months in leadership courses.

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Have a look at the About page. Click on the Testimonials page and meet some of the people I’ve worked with.

And when you’re ready, click below or this link to watch my free masterclass about the exact game plan these amazing managers are using.

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