Being a new manager in a job is basically starting out developing a good reputation and getting things done properly along the way. Peter Guber does an excellent job of suggesting the 7 major things which can derail or even end a successful start at managing new personnel.
Perhaps the biggest mistake which can be made is not investigating or doing enough research into the new organization and personnel before actually making important decisions about the organization and its personnel. You have to know how well the current system is operating before you can start taking steps to improve it the way that you would like to see it work.
Striving for a teamwork approach rather than tyrannical selfconfident or selfindulgent bossing is what makes for great and successful management in this day and age.
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