I have been managing people for a couple of years now. I enjoy it, and the people who work for me are thriving. My problem is all the new technologies in my field.
I have a good business sense (recent MBA graduate) and I am comfortable with technology but as I continue to hire and manage people with advanced skills, I realize I haven’t the slightest idea how to help them execute their tasks—and I certainly wouldn’t be able to do the job myself in a pinch.
My newer staff members are young and, I feel, much smarter than me in a lot of ways. Is this normal? I feel like I’m out of my league. —Out of My League
Dear Out of My League,
Yes. This is normal. Do you think your CEO would have the vaguest idea how to do your job? No—she is focused…
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