Moving from an individual contributor to a first-time management role requires a major leap in your career. It’s a completely different role. Your new job is to create the conditions for others to succeed, not to do the work yourself. As a manager, you must develop the skills of effective delegation and motivation and avoid the trap of micromanagement.
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* Identify the difference between the individual contributor and management roles
* Describe the skills needed to manage and lead the team
* Recognize the pitfalls of first-time managers and how to avoid them
* The difference between building individual competence and organizational capacity * Team development and coaching skills * Delegation as a survival skill for you and development opportunity for team members * The four common mistakes first-time managers make
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