Giving and receiving developmental feedback from anyone is challenging. And for middle managers, this can be especially tricky.

Why? First of all, many middle managers wrestle with the transition from peer to supervisor. They worry that their former colleagues may not see them as having earned their new authority, or that these colleagues resent them for having been promoted (especially if one or more of these colleagues had been up for manager role – and didn’t get it).

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