3 Decision Making Levels for New Managers

3 Decision Making Levels for New Managers

Decision Making Levels for New Managers Individual contributors typically make workplace decisions that mostly affect themselves. As a new manager, your decisions affect others and have an impact not only on your own success but on the success of your team. It is well...
5 Management Readiness Assessment Questions

5 Management Readiness Assessment Questions

Management Readiness Assessment Questions As you reflect upon your role as a manager, how good a job do you think you’re doing? And what would your employees say? They may well like you as a person. But what matters more is whether or not you are leading them in a way...
What New Managers Get Wrong

What New Managers Get Wrong

What New Managers Get Wrong and What They Can Do Right Unfortunately, too many new managers step into the management role with serious misunderstandings of what it takes to succeed. If only they could have the benefit of proven new manager training that would help...
Know When to Say “No” as a New Manager

Know When to Say “No” as a New Manager

It Is Not Always Easy to Know When to Say “No” as a New Manager Most individual contributors are promoted to management because of their high performance standards, their desire to say “Yes” to  projects, and their ability to get “everything” done.  That does not make...

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