As a first-level leader, you’re supposed to know the strengths and weaknesses of your team members, appear to have all the answers, and transition from focusing on your own results to achieving the team’s results. You have to make sound decisions under ambiguous conditions, hold people accountable, and hit goals you may have had nothing to do with setting.
In this guide we’ve gathered six crucial insights for first-level leaders to help you develop your people into a highperforming team. You can use the included insight exercises to put these learnings into practice.
Read more in our guide.