5 Managerial Skills You Didn’t Realize You Already Had

Ashley Miller | Business |

“Many people on my team want to be managers,” says Emily LaRusch, Manager of Back Office Betties. “They think of the position as one that will move them beyond the daily production work, increase their income and plump their ego.” But she points out that being a great manager takes an ability to lead people as well as the ability to think on one’s feet to creatively solve problems.

Knowing yourself and knowing your strengths and weaknesses should be your first priority when considering a leadership role, LaRusch adds. So how can you know if you’re cut out to make a move for a management position? Read more…