A promotion doesn't automatically make you a leader

02/19/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

Leaders don't gain the "skills and strengths of a Steve Jobs" just because they're given a new title and expanded authority, writes Joel Garfinkle. To succeed and lead your former peers, you'll need to be open to learning and developing on the job. "Cut yourself some slack and allow for time for the growth to take place," Garfinkle advises.

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