It's likely that you got promoted to manager because you were good at your job. Now, as a manager, you have to watch someone else do that job, and they might not be as good at it as you were. Or maybe they don't do it the way you used to do. For these reasons, it's easy to fall into the habit of jumping in and doing some of those things yourself, even though someone else has been hired to do them. But you need to stop doing that, because as a manager, it's your job to manage. In the long run, doing instead of managing hurts your team and individual team members, it hurts productivity, and keeps you from doing the job you're actually supposed to be doing. In this course, we'll talk about how to stop doing, and start managing.