what managers learn that workers don’t know

featured-on-usnHave you ever noticed that often when people get promoted to management, their perspective on workplaces issues changes?

I’m pretty sure this is because as a manager, you see things that you might never have been exposed to as a regular employee, and you come to view workplace questions through a different lens than the one you used previously. As a result, managers’ stance on common workplace issues often ends up changing – often to their own surprise.

Over at U.S. News & World Report today, I talk about some of the most common ways that your perspective might change after becoming a manager — including your views on turnover, bonuses, priorities, and more. You can read it here.

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