Table of contents for Becoming a manager : how new managers master the challenges of leadership / Linda A. Hill.


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    Introduction                                          1
 I Learning What It Means to Be a Manager                 9
   1   Setting the Stage                                 13
   2   Reconciling Expectations                          47
   3   Moving Toward a Managerial Identity               71
II Developing Interpersonal Judgment                     87
   4   Exercising Authority                              91
   5   Managing Subordinates' Performance               115
III Confronting the Personal Side of Management         147
   6   Gaining Self-Knowledge                           149
   7   Coping with the Stresses and Emotions            175
IV Managing the Transformation                          193
   8   Critical Resources for the First Year            195
   9   Easing the Transformation                        229
V Dispelling the Myths of Management                    261
   10 Exercising Influence Without Formal Authority     271
   11 Building an Effective Team                        283
   12 Learning for a Lifetime                           303
    Epilogue: Creating a Culture of Leadership
    and Learning                                        319





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Career changes, Management