The transition from friend to supervisor can be difficult, but in this quick video, I give you some ideas on how to be able to manage your prior peers to help you succeed as a new manager in an existing team.
You probably have heard people say that you have to not be friends with the people that you work with. However, if you are already friends with these people you cannot just suddenly ignore the fact that you’re friends. And you shouldn’t. One of the most common mistakes people make when they become bosses is that they favor their friends over other team members, or sometimes pay less attention or give fewer rewards to them than to other subordinates. Neither of the above is fair, so in this video, I share how to avoid treating your friends at work differently and how to manage people that you are friends with and still be friends with them. It isn’t easy to manage people you are friends with: there are some expectations that your manager has of you, which means you also have some expectations towards your subordinates. In this video, you will learn how to articulate these so you will be able to maintain respect and leadership while creating a motivating work environment.
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