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Getting promoted to a management position is a major career goal for many workers. But those first and second levels of management, between front-line workers and the brass at the top of the hierarchy—also known as “middle management”—isn’t necessarily all it’s cracked up to be.
Middle managers are often caught in the middle between the demands of their subordinates and their superiors.
The Challenges of Middle Management
Furthermore, many managers are promoted to their roles not because they have great promise as managers, but because they excel at their current job. But a great software developer or accountant