This feeling just doesn’t affect new managers. Even experienced team leaders feel that they “should have known more” about a rule or a system. The job is hard and requires not only multi-tasking but still keeping track of many other items. In this two-part topic I’ll go over how a new manager could keep this guilt at bay by focusing on immediate concerns. For my experienced managers, we’ll also talk about goal setting to avoid burnout.
Part 2 will focus on techniques and how I used both a managerial log and calendar to stay on task. If you love the tactical part of your job then that episode will make you happy!
- “Most new office managers are making it up as they go along, and adding job duties as they go.”
- “I wish there was a standardized way of onboarding a new office manager, one accepted protocol across all consultants.”
- “Assessments of employees is one of the first things I would do.”
- “There are three things I look at: things that can get you sued; things that can get you fined; and things that lose you money.”
- “Change comes with a price tag.”
- “Sometimes slow and steady does indeed win the race.”
- “I would make sure my employee handbook has been reviewed by an attorney within the last year.”
- “You always have to let people know the why and what is in it for them.”
- “Celebrate when you meet your goals, but don’t beat yourself up when you don’t. Figure out why you didn’t and keep improving.”
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