3 rules for managing former peers

02/25/2010 | Next Level Blog

As leaders climb the ladder, they often find themselves managing people who were once their peers -- and that can cause headaches for everyone, writes Scott Eblin. To avoid awkward moments and ill feelings, be upfront about your changing relationship, explain your goals and expectations, and be careful not to crack inappropriate jokes.

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