Not Every Great Employee is Management Material

Course overview

You have a great employee. She's on time. She exceeds the performance of her peers. She's likeable, and she's maxed out her potential salary in her job. After five years in that role, the next logical move is a promotion to management, right? Well, is it logical? Will her skillset translate into management? Does she possess the skills of an ideal management candidate? Does she even want to be a manager? Those are the questions you need to be asking, and that's what we'll be covering in this course. We'll talk about Peter's Principle, employee skill sets, ideal management characteristics, and what to do if you determine your employee isn't quite suited for management.
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