On Your Mark: 5 Tips for New Managers

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One of the most common conversations I have with top performers on my team centers around opportunities to become a manager. It’s great to be ambitious, of course, and I love to see people rise to the next level in their careers.

But there’s an important reminder I like to give: The skills that are required to be a high-performing individual contributor are not always the same as those required to be an exceptional manager. This matters because bad managers can run off employees. In fact, Gallup’s latest State

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