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Myths about Managers

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Business

 

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Shayna L

 

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October 10, 2014

 

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University

 

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Your supervisor has promoted you to a team-leadership position—for instance, head of your regional sales force. You’ve built a successful one-person business of your own. To sustain that success, you now need to hire and manage staff for the first time; for example, an administrative assistant, a bookkeeper, or salespeople...
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Wherever you’re coming from, you can boost your chances of continued success in your new role by understanding what managers really do. To begin, let’s look at a number of all-too-common myths about management—and replace them with their corresponding truths: What skills managers need How much power they have How much freedom they have How they feel about their jobs How they can best learn to master their new role Myth #1: New managers and individual contributors need the same skills Many new managers believe they’ll be using the same skills they used as individual contributors—except that they’ll need to apply those skills to more challenging projects...
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