You’re bound to make mistakes as a new manager – but here are the biggest, most common pitfalls to avoid in your first 30 days as a new manager.
As the new manager, you’re given an opportunity to address the entire group during an all-team meeting.
However, this inclination can counterproductive in your first 30 days as a new manager.
#5: You express your desire to be the best manager for your team — not to be the best manager for each team member.
Accept that you won’t be perfect in your first 30 days as a new manager.

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