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When joining a new firm, don’t be bashful about getting to know your new coworkers. While a few of them might take you to lunch, don’t depend on it. Once you identify the key people you’ll work with, ask them to get coffee. Just don’t wait a few months, or the novelty of your arrival will wear off. Your initial stab at friendliness can help you learn the lay of the land and build alliances.
You’ve been promoted… so now what? No one is born knowing how to be a supervisor. And no other job can prepare you for this challenging assignment. Now, you not only have to worry about your performance, you have to worry about how others perform, too. The good news is you can quickly add the “secrets” of successful managers to your supervisory toolkit....Click here to find out more.