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Moving up to a leadership position is an exciting move. You’ll likely get a new title and a raise. Your responsibilities will shift from day-to-day “grunt work” to being a part of the organization’s larger strategic vision, bringing you closer to your ultimate career goals.
One thing many first-time managers don’t always consider is the way their existing relationships with their colleagues will evolve once they reach the next rung on the ladder. If you’re now managing your former peers, you’ll have to adjust your behaviors and interactions to avoid compromising your new role. We asked members of Forbes Coaches Council to share how your workplace relationships can and should change once you’ve moved up to a leadership position.