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Promoting one of your best and brightest to manager is a huge win.
You’ve evaluated them and found that they’re exceeding expectations at the technical skills in their job. And they’re the kind of person you assume will take good care of their direct reports. But managing people is a different ball game that requires more than learning and delivering on technical skills.
Research has shown that 60% of new managers underperform or fail in their first two years. This could be due to the fact that 58% of managers don’t receive any training related