One of the most common mistakes is the tendency for new managers to stay in the weeds at the tactical level rather than “level up” their thinking to the strategic.
Mistakes are a part of life. However, when a mistake becomes a habit, it can have disastrous consequences. This is especially true for those in leadership positions.
By Lisa Swan, Business2Community.com Special to Online Career Tips Having a supervisor that you cannot stand could potentially make you miserable at your job. It’s no joke – studies have shown that one of the top factors as to whether you will like a job or not is whether you like your boss or not. And getting along with your manager can also help get you up the corporate ladder. So how can you better get along with your boss?