By Annie Davis

While some people spend their days dreaming about the corner office and adding the word “manager,” to their LinkedIn profiles, others find themselves in management positions almost by accident. Some are born great, and some have greatness thrust upon then. First time managers who suddenly find themselves responsible for a group of employees – or even their ex-peers – will face myriad challenges in the transition. Here are a few ideas for getting a better foothold on their new teams.



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Written by tiroberts
474 days ago

Great article. Technology today makes managing and supervising so easy and virtually effortless. Thanks for sharing with us.



Written by BizRock
475 days ago

This is indeed a fantastic article on how to be an efficient and effective manager using technology.



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