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9 Challenges that Every First-Time Manager Face

You recently got hired or promoted and you’re in a new role. How exciting! It can be tough to adjust to the new role and potentially new environment. The first piece of advice is to understand that it’s normal to be nervous. It’s an exciting new challenge, but there will be struggles, whether you like it or not. Once you take some time to step back, you’ll be in a better position to plan and avoid these challenges as much as possible. You’ll see with most of the challenges that they’re internal, meaning only you can fix them. Here are 9 challenges that every new manager will face. You can contact me on LinkedIn linkedin.com/in/hemanthcrpatna

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9 Challenges that Every First-Time Manager Face

  1. 1. 9 Challenges That Every First-Time Manager Will Face 9 Challenges That Every First-Time Manager Will Face
  2. 2. Failure To Set Clear Goals And Expectations Failure To Set Clear Goals And Expectations 1 “Lack of clarity on the job causes confusion between employees and the manager, leading to disappointment on both sides”
  3. 3. Poor Time ManagementPoor Time Management 2 “In addition to managing your own tasks, you have to manage an entire team, putting out fires and dealing with their problems”
  4. 4. Pressure To Perform the New Role Pressure To Perform the New Role 3 “You were just given an incredible opportunity and now you want to show that you are worth it”
  5. 5. Shifting From Coworker To Boss Shifting From Coworker To Boss 4 “Picture this – you’re close with your coworkers and suddenly you’re promoted to being their manager, you’re no longer one of them”
  6. 6. Hiring is Tough if You Never Done Before Hiring is Tough if You Never Done Before 5 “Hiring is especially tough for new managers that have never done this before. Use a structured interview, where candidates are asked the same set of questions with specific ways of evaluating the responses”
  7. 7. Firing is tougher if You are Doing First Time Firing is tougher if You are Doing First Time 6 “Firing is tougher than hiring to do for anyone. It’s a very sensitive issue that takes a lot of emotion. Try your best to make it a team decision. If you meet with your team regularly one-on-one, you’ll be able to get a sense of who works well and who doesn’t”
  8. 8. Solving Other People’s Problems Solving Other People’s Problems 7 “You’re part manager, part psychologist. Inevitably, you’ll start receiving complaints from employees and start having to deal with their problems. Attack any issue early on before it becomes a serious problem. Monthly one-on-ones can be a great way to make sure a problem doesn’t last for too long”
  9. 9. Getting The Team To Be Productive Getting The Team To Be Productive 8 “Everyone is different, requires different levels of attention, and works in different ways. Create an environment that’s good for everyone. Some people like working later, some earlier, some people like being told what to do, some people like being left alone”
  10. 10. Not Asking For HelpNot Asking For Help 9 “Many first-time managers will want to prove that they don’t need any help – big mistake. Don’t be shy to ask around for help. Do whatever it takes to make you and your team the best!”

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