Having gone through the previous posts in this "Stepping into Management" series, you should no doubt be sufficiently prepared for the next level – Managing Others! As you transition from an individual contributor to a manager, your responsibilities shift from achieving personal goals to achieving corporate goals through people. Doing...
Managing Others - Transitioning from “I” to “Us” – A New Manager’s Litmus Test Leadership, Management, Self-Development, Training, February 23, 2023
Navigating the Transition to Management: Tips for New Managers Leadership, Management, Self-Development, Training, February 22, 2023
Becoming a manager for the first time can be both exciting and challenging. You're stepping into a new role with new responsibilities, managing former peers, and building credibility as a leader. Having come this far in your career, a point where you are no longer responsible for just yourself, a point where you...
Stepping into Management – A Beginner’s Guide for the Newbie Manager Leadership, Management, Self-Development, Training, February 21, 2023
As the old saying goes, "With great power comes great responsibility." This is certainly true for those who step into a management role for the first time. Management is a crucial component of any organization, and effective management can make the difference between success and failure. However, the transition to...
Active Inertia – Hustling while You Wait! Leadership, Management, Self-Development, April 7, 2020
This is an idea closely identified with Donald “Don” Sull, an associate professor at London Business School and rising star in a new generation of management gurus. Educated almost exclusively at Harvard (first degree, doctorate and MBA), Sull worked in consulting (with McKinsey & Company) and private equity (with Clayton,...
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