Management Matters
Published in

Management Matters

5 Reasons Why Bored Managers Are Normal

The management job is full of surprises. But even these tend to repeat and so become boring.

Image by Magnet.me on Unsplash

When you start your management job, you are all excited. You get to know your team, and every day is special. It takes a year to settle. Another year to become confident. In the third year, you notice that you are bored. Why?

--

--

--

There's plenty out there for the C-suite. What about the rest of us-the high potential managers & up-and-comers. The future C-suite. Real leadership & management advice for front- and middle-management. A publication focused on management matters, because great management matters

Recommended from Medium

“To create a fantastic work culture, remove barriers to decision making” with Kyle Lelli of Tylt

Corporations Need An Ethics Transformation — Introduction

Can You Take Risks to Create Success?

5 Ways To Be A Trusted Mentor To People Who Are Older Than You

Undiscussed topics are smaller than they appear

Don’t Wait: Development Audits In The Age Of COVID

Organization Development and Managing Change Can Be a Time When People Thrive

10 simple ways to thank your team this holiday season

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Ivona Hirschi

Ivona Hirschi

Management Trainer: www.ivonahirschi.com · Grow your leadership genius · Business Owner · Art Lover

More from Medium

Imposter Syndrome: If You’re A Leader Who Feels Like a Fraud, Here Is How To Stop Feeling That Way

How to Appreciate Someone for Their Work

Managing people? Here’s what NOT to do.

The 5 Most Common Meeting Mistakes I See Leaders Making