A common trend across the industries is how promising or even star young performers, fail to keep up those loft standards when promoted as team leaders. One of the reasons for this is the lack of training afforded to them. A global study confirms that the average age of first- time managers is thirty- three, yet their first foray in to formal management training being received is only at forty- two. At times of conflict, a few common behavioural reactions have been observed among the newly minted managerial cadre. Many off them behave brutish and try to dominate their team members. Some genuinely try to work on improving themselves, but if team member snot involved in it, then there is little gain. Sometimes work is delegated to subordinates, but they are not explained the overall purpose behind the work, thus leaving them in the lurch. Lack of awareness is quite often the root cause behind such troubles. To solve this, newly minted managers need to constantly seek feedback.


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