You’re smart, savvy, and successful. You know how to get things done right, you never shy from challenges, and you consistently go above and beyond to show your worth. So it’s not exactly a shock when one day your boss calls you into her office and gives you a promotion. However, once the feeling of complete euphoria and accomplishment wears off, you realize that with a manager title comes a group of people you have to, um, manage. The thought is enough to make you ask for your old position back.
How to Be a Good Manager