To succeed, new leaders must learn to ignite action in others.
When you accept your first leadership job, you take one of the most important and courageous steps in your career. You're now a boss. But will you be a good one?
The reality is that nobody knows exactly what to do when they start. Chances are, as a new leader, you're perched precariously on an emotional range from awkward excitement to abject terror and back again. You have a lot to prove.
Making the transition