How to make your mark as a new supervisor

12/20/2009 | NYTimes.com

When you're the manager of a new team, don't make sweeping changes right away, and meet with members individually to find out their short- and long-term goals. "One of the big mistakes new managers make is assuming they have to be someone other than who they have been all along, and they start strutting around like the new sheriff in town," author Martha Finney says.

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