Mistakes are all too common for new business leaders during their first year, writes Scott Eblin. It's important to avoid micromanaging without seeming detached; deal effectively with subordinates who feel they should have been given the chance to lead; and be open and honest with your family about the pressures you're under.
The biggest mistakes made by freshman bosses
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