Dealing with a peer-turned-boss can be challenging and especially stressful if you do not agree on critical aspects such as performance evaluation. Here’s some tips:
Trust your skills and competencies. Your career will not be judged by your colleague’s progress.
Handle the relationship gracefully and communicate to the manager that you’re committed to build a team where you both succeed.
- Know that if your previous performance ratings were good, a poor rating now will also reflect badly on the new manager’s skills.
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