The great thing about being a manager is being responsible for the growth and development of your team. But it’s also a very scary thing for a first time manager. You hit a point in your career where all of a sudden you are not just looking out for yourself. Part of your job is making other people better at their jobs. It is a completely different skill set, and more likely than not, one that you have not previously prepared for. My advice, take the responsibility seriously and recognize that you have to learn how to be a good manager. Being good at your job does not automatically make you a good manager.
With that said, here is a quick recap of last week’s posts:
- How to Land That Job – Part 3
- How to Spend Your First Advertising Dollars
- Before You Spend Your First Advertising Dollars
3 Ways to Boost Your Marketing Knowledge: