Ideally, the new manager should have a reliable mentor to guide them through the initial phase. However, this is only sometimes feasible, so awareness of common mistakes might be helpful


Brett Farmiloe writing for Fast Company Magazine notes the following:
  • Not providing constructive feedback to employees to help them improve.
  • Not recognising the contribution of others in meeting goals.
  • Never asking for help.
  • Not treating members of the team as individuals.
  • way without accounting for individual differences and personalities
  • Letting ego get in the way, leading to lack of humility, micro-management and not listening to others


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