It happens commonly in all organizations. You’ve been promoted. Congratulations! However, now you are no longer a peer with your subordinates, you are their supervisor. The relationship has changed, you are still the same person who you were earlier but they no longer see it that way. It’s a tricky situation to navigate which if done wrong can result in a lack of respect and trust, and ultimately broken relationships.
However, it does not have to be that way. Former peers now subordinates and you can have a healthy relationship moving forward, it will just take a little bit of time and a whole lot of effort on your part.
During this episode I discuss the following topics:
- How to overcome impostor syndrome
- Setting expectations with friends who are now subordinates
- Dealing with former peers who wanted your position as well
- How to earn trust and respect of your team
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