This is one of the most common problems that occur when people go through the upstairs in their career. Everyone wants to progress to become in a managerial position. Some will go usually take one step after another: first-level, middle level, and at the end become a top-level manager. However, sometimes it can also happen to skip a step, which I think is not desirable.
What I want to emphasize in this post is that career progress should also be made a distinction in some way in the mind of people who want to become managers. The fundamental distinction that needs to be done is:
- Further skills required.
- Required activities to proceed.
The distinction is to “forget” past work and to begin an entirely different thing called management.
When I say to forget, I don’t think about the complete deletion of memory, but just past knowledge about the new job will not be so necessary.
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