â€œTell us about yourselfâ€ is the first query in your introductory meeting with the four people who will be reporting to you in your new managerial job. You naturally struggle with where to start. You have been a great individual contributor for four years, but everyone has told you that managing people is a very different responsibility. And the thing that really scares you is you have heard sarcastic joking around the firm about a colleague who got promoted to manager and how with that promotion the firm â€œlost its best analyst and found its worst manager.â€ So what should you tell the group about yourself and how you will manage? What would be most relevant and useful? Based on your own self-assessment, what particular characteristics would you highlight? What should you be doing to know yourself even better so you can answer this question more confidently in the future? What would it be like to be managed by you? Note: A good place to start would be to explore some of the assessments in Table 1.3 â€œThe Essential Managerial Assessment Profile.â€ Some of these assessments can be found online. For example, you may take one version of the Big Five personality inventory at: http://www.personal.psu.edu/j5j/IPIP/
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