Stepping into a management role for the first time is a big transition. It represents the culmination of years of hard work and mastery of your role in an organization. But most first time managers feel like they are starting from ground zero. Read More
Leadership, communication, humility, and inspiration are the building blocks of a good manager. But there are also several management misconceptions people have about what it means to lead a team. Some are small and some are major issues that can lead you down the wrong path and create problems almost immediately. Let’s take a closer look at the six misconceptions below: Read More
Like all aspect of business, management is evolving in the modern, hyperconnected workforce. While the purpose of management remains to coordinate and organize a combined effort from a team of professionals, how we do that and the expectations of people in those roles has changed rapidly in the last twenty years – something important to keep in mind for anyone new to the position or overseeing a quickly growing team of middle managers. Read More
What makes a successful manager?
As leaders and guides, we ask this of ourselves, our organizations, and our newest managers often. What traits and skills make the biggest difference for someone recently elevated from individual contributor to a key management post in a growing company? Read More