For a long time I have been observing people who are trying to get into a management career. Often these people have a staff position beforehand or are project managers. So I recommend it in my article too: This is how you become a manager. Now it is important to move up from this point into the management track. But there is clear feedback: “They are not dominant enough – they have to assert themselves more. Sometimes hit the table and make yourself unpopular. ” But what is the truth of this feedback and why are people in staff units or project management not so dominant? “Dominance” in the staff position or as a project manager? The feedback to me, too, was often that I should hit the table harder and that I should “complain” to employees from time to time. But especially as a project manager and in staff…

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more

The cookie settings on this website are set to "Allow Cookies" to provide the best browsing experience. If you use this website without changing the cookie settings or click "Accept", you agree to this.

close