Man holding a picture To avoid creating a sense of isolation, group your managers together into "classes" so they can learn, practice and roleplay together. (Image: Shutterstock)

Most new managers feel underprepared for their roles. Considering that over a quarter of leaders never receive any training at all, that's not surprising.

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