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I enjoy working with large teams, across teams and coordinating people. I was promoted from team lead to manager because senior boses across the compay recognized that I am good at getting other people to deliver results, coordinate big cross-functional projects, be the face of the organization and take the "big picture" approach.
Unfortunately, I am in conflict with some senior people in my team, facing problems for which I perceive some reasons but have no clear answer. In my deepest gut, I just feel there are personal jealousies at play. But the fact that I cannot deal with this situation makes me feel like my job is at stake...
Should I lose it, for whatever reason, I want to be prepared and still continue on the management path.
However, I am not sure what I did wrong. All my performance reviews were gold medal. My team initially liked me and is even on friendly terms with me. They are also very open with me. The only thing I know is I cannot trust some of them for how they behave (mentioned numerous times in other questions of mine) and I simply cannot agree with some of their complaints/criticisms.
So - if I was forced to start from scratch in a new company, what would I need to do right from the start to prevent a situation like this to arise?