[FLR] 7 Things Every New Manager Should Do In Their First Month on the Job

Happy Friday!


This past week I was away at a conference in East Texas. It was my first time in that part of the state and it is true: things are definitely bigger in that part of the America. 


There is a first time for everything. It’s generally a mix of curiosity and wonder when you do something for the first time. 


We all remember the time we are first called to lead a project or team. This causes a mix of curiosity, wonder and, also for most people, a bit of fear. This week I thought I would share with you some articles that can help you or someone in your team be more prepared and think more clearly as you enter this whole new “state.”


“Being visible with your team is incredibly important, as the more visible you are, the more connected people will feel to you.” – Todd Dewett


7 Things Every New Manager Should Do In Their First Month on the Job | LinkedIn Learning Blog


Five skills a first-time manager should learn right away | Quartz


4 Ways To Master Your First-Time Manager Role | Forbes



Leading along the road with you,




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