Why Do We Spend So Much Developing Senior Leaders and So Little Training New Managers?
Most students of management agree that the transition from employee to manager is one of the most challenging in business. It brings new roles and responsibilities, new ways of looking at organizations, and new ways of relating to peers and multiple constituencies. Like many new managers, I floundered. I avoided conflict. I wasn’t firm enough when I should have been, and then I came on too strong to compensate for it. I was assisted largely by that great old teacher: trial and error. I made so many mistakes along the way that I can no longer remember the first 200 of them. (Read full article)
During the last five years of my corporate management career, I had a great deal of leadership development. Along with…hbr.org
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