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Transitioning from Individual Performer to Successful Manager...

As a new manager, you need to transition from being a strong individual performer to someone who is responsible for ensuring other people succeed. The content on Management4M is written with this in mind. We are singularly focused on helping you be acknowledged as an excellent manager and leader.

Our Top Articles on Management and Leadership

Why Your Staff Resist Change, and What You Can Do About It!


You have a lofty vision that gets you out of bed each morning. You’ve announced it to the world. There are some early adopters. Things are

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The Biggest Mistake I See New Managers Make


Share0 Tweet0 Share0 When I became a manager, I made the same mistake myself. It's the most common mistake that I see many first-time managers

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Seven Things New Managers Need to Pay Attention to Now


Every new manager goes through a "honeymoon" period. That's when everyone seems to be on your side, with lots of advice on how you should

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How to Create a Motivating Environment for Your Team


Creating a motivating environment for your team does not need to be difficult. Here's the real secret to motivation: People are already motivated, maybe just

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How to Conduct 1-on-1 Meetings With Your Staff


Share0 Tweet0 Share0 As a manager, your primary role is to help other people succeed, starting with your staff. But how can you do that? One

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Collaborative Planning: Tools and Techniques for First-Time Managers


As a first-time manager, it is important to engage your team members in collaborative planning to achieve optimum results. Nowadays employees expect to be involved;

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