In developing a new you, your emotional intelligence increases and you become more mature and know when to act and not to act. Some managers fail to transit from who they were before to their present position with more responsibility. They still want to act and do all the work, ascribing all the functional roles to themselves and forgetting the fact that the new roles require describing the job expectations to the people they are to lead. I know such transitions is not easy neither is it expected to be a bed of roses but at the first encounter of opposition, difference of opinions, they take it personal. Leadership is indeed a journey and not a destination because of the twists involved in managing self and others. Why it is not a destination is also because it involves the emotional makeup of other individuals that you cannot really determine. People are wired differently because of their foundational background, education, experience and value systems. Why do some managers fail and others succeed? Why do they fail to complete the leadership and managerial journey? Poser? Views are welcomed.
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