4 Strategies for Managing Junior IT Professionals
Posted: Sep 13, 2012
If you're like a number of organizations around the globe, you have a giant pile of resumes and just a handful of openings for some fresh faces to join your firm at the bottom rungs of the corporate ladder. Hiring the right person is a difficult process, but managing the new employees—or, let's be honest, managing any employee—is even more challenging. Nobody sets out to be a bad manager, but that transformation can happen over time if your policies and your behavior are left unchecked.
It doesn't have to be that way. Indeed, there are a few concepts that are central to being a good manager to junior IT professionals who are eager to make their mark. Let's take a look at some of the most important tenets to managing junior administrators—and, really, anyone who is your direct report.