None of these challenges are your fault!
The problem is the lack of training for new managers.
According to Grovo, a solid 87% of managers wished they had received more training when they first moved into leadership.
It’s shocking that being thrown into the deep end is still an accepted approach despite all these statistics we have.
But the real cost is on you. If you underperform, you’ll miss out on opportunities for career growth, salary raises, and job promotions which obviously hurts financially…
But what’s even worse is that your self-confidence will drop and you might even start thinking about giving up that dream of reaching the C-Suite or starting your own company one day.
And that’s what’s so hard!
Because the truth is that the problem is not you!
The reason new managers have a hard time is that a vast majority of them never receive the leadership training they need and deserve.
Because in your first couple of years in a leadership role, you don’t know what you don’t know – and without training and support, you’re sadly setting yourself up to fail.