How do I manage my former peers? How do I manage when things are uncertain? Here are some of the most common questions we hear from newly promoted managers.
If you practice effective management well, differences in tenure, age, or expertise won’t matter as much as you think. Here are some things to keep in mind.
Becoming a manager does require a shift in how you spend your time alongside more attention to delegation. As a manager you still execute plenty of tasks—just not the same ones you used to.
While much of the burnout and overwork we see in our sectors is beyond any individual person’s control, we do have control over how we manage our time and systems so that we can achieve great results, avoid unnecessary chaos, and minimize fatigue. This article covers personal practices that can help you and your team get your most important work done sustainably.
Here are five of the most important things a new manager should keep in mind.