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Promotion shouldn’t just be for managers

We often think of becoming a manager as the only way to get a promotion and move forward in a company or organization. And often that is the case. But not everyone wants to be a manager nor should they be. Management takes particular skills, training, a love for people, and a willingness to step back and let other people do the work that you previously loved doing.  

Perhaps you have a team member who loves being an individual contributor and excels in creating content, conducting research, developing tools, etc. Consider creating a dual subject matter expert track to provide more opportunities for leadership and advancement without management responsibilities. This could be a way of continuing to build your talent bench while ensuring that you’re selecting managers with the right skills and passion for those roles.

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