In most cases, your boss is the person with the most influence over your ability…
During conventional times, there are plenty of resources and suggestions available to help leaders taking on a new role, with onboarding and assimilating to a new team in regular times. Yet this transition is so immensely challenging that studies show as many as 40% of newly appointed managers derail in their first 18 months in a new role.
Now imagine that you were appointed into a new role just before the pandemic hit, so you have to manage greater responsibilities than you’re used to, as well as get things done through people you hardly know yet—and can’t get to know in-person.
Read the rest of the article in Fast Company.