You’ve done it! You got that big tech promotion or landed that first IT management job.

And you’ve earned it—as a top performer and someone who’s solved critical issues, you’ve gained noticed. Now, you’re responsible for a team of employees, and your supervisor expects great things from you and from them.Along with the new role, supervisors and executives come to you with issues and opportunities, which you take on to prove that they made the right choice in hiring you.

Then, after a few weeks or months, you find yourself staying later, coming in earlier, and working weekends simply to stay on top of your workload. You’re getting tired, losing focus, and stretching the limits of both you and your team. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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