I knew fairly early on in my career that someday, I wanted to be a people manager. I knew how impactful managers can be on employees — both good and bad.
By the time I was three years into my career, I had been through eight different managers; some were amazing and helped me grow both professionally and personally, and some made me miserable.
I wanted to be the former. When I first became a manager, I got pretty overwhelmed. Suddenly there was additional pressure and I wasn’t just responsible for my career, I was responsible for others’ careers as well.Read more on themighty.com