7 Mistakes that Good Managers Make

Hey Leader!

Do you want to be a good manager - even a great one?

But maybe you are not sure if you have this whole “management thing” figured out?

If you’re juggling the needs of the business, expectations from leadership, and needs of your employees every day… and sometimes wonder if you’re on the right track (or the best track) that will lead to results more quickly.... then...

You've come to the right place.

If only you could skip all of those frustrating failures and get to the calm, strong, and enlightened management zone. 

Well you can!

After reviewing this guide, you will:

  • Know the common mistakes even good managers make that can actively prevent their employees from growth
  • Understand the mistakes even good managers make that can sabotage their own success and their ability to make changes happen in their organization
  • Build a development road map on how to be a good manager - your (future/current) employees will thank you for it

I’m going to let you in on a little secret. 

Management should be the most rewarding thing you ever do. 

Even though it's not an easy job, it doesn't have to be an unnecessarily difficult one.

Leverage this guide to zip past what might be holding you - and your team - back.

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7 Mistakes that Good Managers Make

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Rachel Woodman Coach Career Corporate America

Hi, I'm Rachel.

I live in Minneapolis-St. Paul and spend my days consulting, coaching, and earning my Executive MBA.

With limited education and resources growing up, but a big dream to be a corporate leader in business, I sought to make my way through sheer willpower.

But I quickly realized that it wasn't hard work or passion that was holding me back, it was other things I was completely unaware of.

I didn't understand how to navigate the workplace, communicate like an exec, or truly inspire a team. And it took me years to realize my mistakes

That's why I developed this resource for people managers (or aspiring managers) so that they can identify the mistakes even good managers make. 

It's time to be the leader of your dreams!