For some new managers, the idea of giving performance reviews and being responsible for others can be intimidating. For others, there are fears about how to manage people older than them. And then there are others who worry about being accepted by their new team. I too, had these fears. But over time, I have learned a lot from peers, from mentors, and from my own employees. I made some terrible mistakes, and I had some pretty good successes. These nuggets of insight are some of the best personal learnings I’ve had in my management career, and ones which I wish I knew when I started managing people.
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