When people move from any hands-on role into management, they often question if it was the right move. I believe this has a lot to do with how satisfaction changes between the roles.
A key tenet of being a good leader is not complaining in front of those you lead. However, this is not as simple as it sounds and if not done smartly, can see you lose respect. So how can you uphold this critical leadership skill?
The remote conversation has never been more prevalent but how much does personal preference and bias factor into them and skew direction?