- 1. To Make the Can-Do Mind Shift: Be a Myth Buster
- from Becoming a Can-Do Leader: A Guide for the Busy Manager
- Publisher: Association for Talent Development
- Released: November 2016
Do you think a recently hired individual would be a more open to suggestions from the prior manager of the division than a mid-level manager who was promoted to that postion from another division, when the prior manager was promoted to the Director position over the organization. Both he and I sought the promotion. While we were both mid-level managers my previous position was a promotion due to the level of responsibilities, etc. He had no related work experience in this field.