How to position yourself for a management job

01/2/2013 | USA Today

Even if your company doesn't offer formal management training, you can begin honing skills that will make you a good boss, Daryl Pigat of Robert Half International says. Work on your communication skills, start helping others succeed and volunteer to lead a project, he suggests. "What I always tell people is to do the job before you have the title," Pigat says.

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