Being in a leadership role comes with a lot of unspoken rules. Things that are not written in your job description, yet are critical for you to know in order to succeed.
More precisely, these unspoken rules are all about these small, often overlooked things that can make a big difference in how people see you, how they feel in your presence, and the trust they have in you.
I got thinking about these unspoken rules when I was walking my new puppy and realized how little I knew about the “proper” behaviors of dog owners and how I doubted myself in many moments while also realizing a few times after the fact that I just committed an unintended dog-owner-crime… 😳
The exact same thing happens when you’re new to management. And so, I sat down and recorded this podcast episode about the 12 unspoken rules of management (particularly relevant for new managers).
To give you a sneak peek, here are just 3 of them:
- More is just more, it’s not better!
- Feeling uncomfortable doesn’t mean you’re doing it wrong.
- If you’re not repeating yourself, you’re not communicating enough.
And there are 9 more important, unspoken rules that I address in this podcast. Now, this isn’t a complete list but it’s a great start.
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