Being a good manager is not obvious and for most people it is not an innate quality. Management is not a simple matter and even quite complex. A good manager must know how to learn the management language and be skilled and eloquent in it, in order to be successful in his position. Succeeding in being a good manager means practicing, experimenting, falling and rising as a result of the fall, experiencing successes and above all being open to changes in perception and previous habits. The process itself can be frustrating, especially for managers in first management positions, and sometimes even create a real reluctance from further management positions.
Understanding that management is not an innate quality and that it is certainly possible to practice and improve, is a starting point for the beginning of a change process. However, nothing will rise and fall on the manager alone. The organizational envelope that accompanies that manager, the one that decided that it is appropriate to precede him at the beginning of his managerial career, is the one that should also accept responsibility and accompany him throughout the journey, and throughout the various roles that he will perform in his life in the organization.