People are not born successful managers. It takes time, training and guidance from mentors and peers as well as hands-on experience to become an effective manager. Those of us who are more experienced managers may find ourselves in a supervisory or mentoring position to help bring along less experienced colleagues.
How can you advise a new manager as he or she enters into this next phase of their career? Here are a few fundamentals you can share with someone who is tackling their first management opportunity.