When we are promoted we feel joyful, fulfilled and happy. A moment later, our ambition turns on. Somebody has appreciated our efforts, now we can not stop! If we have been recruited as a manager, we have many similar feelings. In a nutshell, the time has come for us to face challenges and show our best side. That’s exactly how the professional path of many managers looks.
Time passes, and our view of the work itself, our co-workers, our duties, and even our skills takes on a completely new dimension. Enthusiasm and confidence weaken, and we begin to lose the ground beneath our feet. As a result, anger, frustration and increasing stress appear, and the time dedicated to work takes up increasingly more of our private time.
Why is this so?
There are a few automatically changing factors that influence this. It is possible to state that there is a certain pattern. See how many changes there are: