As you transition from contributor to leader, it is critical to learn how to work through others without being a micromanager, how to set boundaries but still give room for creativity, and how to establish healthy cultural norms but still allow team members to be themselves. For many people, the initial transition from contributor to leader is the most difficult, and to make it harder, you'll often be asked to be a leader and continue to be an individual contributor. Master these seven skills and you'll be on your way.

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