5 Management Misperceptions that Slip Up Too Many New Managers
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Many individual contributors newly appointed to a management position take on a management role with a very mistaken idea of what it means to be a manager. These management misperceptions create problems. If new leaders do not learn fast, they often fail.
Management misperceptions are a problem for managers, their teams and their companies. Managers make up over one-third of the workforce and are being asked to do more with wider spans of control as businesses flatten their organizational structures to speed up decision making and increase productivity. Too many new managers have too many mistaken ideas of what it means to be an effective new leader for themselves, their team and their organization. Start off on the right foot. Dispel these five common management misperceptions that derail management success.
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