A little background first, I was promoted to manager today by my supervisor, and while I'm confident I can do the job and I certainly know the ins and outs of my work, I've never been in that position before and would appreciate some tips on how to be a good manager who gets tasks done and isn't a push over, but still is a good leader and respected by the other employees. Thanks in advance.
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Technically it's not something that is taught. You were promoted probably because you have the people skills required; all you need to do is honestly lead by example so when you say "I am" you must and when you say "You will" they must. If they refuse you are unable to bend and yield to them but at the same time you must know to treat them with kindness.
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