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Yesterday a skilled worker, today suddenly a boss: 9 tips for IT & technology executives

If you want to upgrade, you have to manage personnel. Many experts find “maximum penalty”. But until the calcified structures in many Company It is still a long way to change the future. How to manage yourself in the meantime.

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Hand on the heart, guidance was never your thing.

Do you still remember the time of your Career choice? You chose your subject because you were interested in the content. They saw themselves as inventors, as builders, as solution finders. Maximum in one Team Made up of like-minded people who are relaxed and fun and 99,9 percent of all conversations revolve around your work or other technical topics.

The days go by more wonderfully absorbed in complexity. But in the dream you did not think of ever having to deal with staffing, performance reviews, dispute settlement or even with “taking care of people”. Let alone "stand-in-front-and-people-on-oneObjective-swear in". Devil stuff!

"And suddenly I should bend!"

At some point you have distinguished yourself through motivation and ability. Or your department has grown significantly thanks to the good order situation. Now the company management wanted to do you something good and put you at the head of a team. Because only those who have responsibility for personnel and capital can earn more in this country. At least now you recognized and yours too Managerthat leading people is not their thing at all.

They still sent you on courses and still, but in everyday life you are left alone with your excessive personnel issues. Nobody helps you there and the desire to do so? Well, maybe in the next life. Suddenly you have the feeling: “The way I am, they don't want me anymore. Now I should bend to fit them again. ”

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Heads up. Technicians perform differently.

You are only in this position and situation BECAUSE you are who you are. There is no question of bending. You can make clever use of what defines you. Be aware: you can be with your people and yours Guide arrange everything. You only get into trouble if you dilute these agreements with your own behavior. The sharper your expertise, the more indispensable you are. Do what you chose for your profession and you can stay who you are.

  1. Take a heart and ask people of your trust, both professionally and privately, what you can do well in their eyes and what you should be better off.
  2. Be honest with yourself and write down the positive and “keep away” areas mentioned and add your own experience with yourself to the list.
  3. Now things really get going: With each of your team, especially with each new one, sit down and talk in private clear and clearly what you can and cannot do. Tell them where you see your task and what expectations you have of the other person. And then stick to it crystal clear. So everyone knows what they have about you and what they don't. You agreed the rules of the game and thus nipped most of the ambiguities in the bud.
  4. Ask your team what kind of meetings, frequency, and timing it takes to complete the vote. From this, you create a meeting plan with procedures, meeting moderator, minutesman, and so on.
  5. The nose cleaner on duty is someone else: you put fighters into a four-eyes task until they have come to terms. If that does not work, you will immediately call in a neutral mediator and the fighters can come to an agreement in private.
    However, if you have a problem with you, you will have a one-to-one conversation within the next 5 days. Make a written agreement together on how the two of you will come to an understanding. Stick to it very hard and unequivocally demand compliance. Do this and you will hardly have such conversations.
  6. Expect solutions. If someone is looking forward to their offspring, they want one Further education, a longer vacation, etc.? Fine, not your problem. Ask for solutions in good time: How does the person concerned imagine the organization of their representation, distribution of tasks, accessibility, financing, return, etc.? Make it clear that you will only accept feasible solutions that have a give and take of 50 percent each. If someone plays under pressure and approaches you too little in advance, define the solutions completely. Due to his delay, your counterpart has forfeited his right to have a say. As a rule, such a harsh procedure is only necessary once.
  7. Keep your profile sharp. Make it clear to your boss or HR manager where you see your role in the company. You will deal with any other topics in a very rudimentary way, so the (personnel) management will have to deal with them. And stick to it. You won't have any problems, and you will even be protected, if you stay ahead of the curve in your core competencies. Because that's the only way your company gets money. On the other hand, you run into massive problems if you dilute your profile with secondary topics. You are only wasting your energy and time with these, while the skins of your core competence swim away. They are exchangeable overnight.
  8. Dedicate to at least 80 percent of your time your core competency and increase your expertise. All residual tasks that can not be done in 20 percent of your time leave you mercilessly away. Either there are for these grateful customers or they will have to be created. This only happens if you remain true to yourself. When you bend out of Goodwill, the hellish stories remain forever.
  9. Get out with you! Moderate stress in much nature strengthens your constitution and your inner attitude. You need to be able to stay who you are. You lift your brain, clear it from useless thoughts, get new ideas, see where you really want to go, and what you better leave behind.

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