Many first-time bosses have delusions of "managerial grandeur," Amanda Pouchot writes. Instead of aiming to instantly become a superhero CEO, it's better to lower your expectations a little and focus on self-improvement and leadership development. "Learning to be a better manager comes from having time to experience and develop new skills. That seems obvious, but there are plenty of founders and first-time managers who have yet to realize it," Pouchot writes.
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