Jahnvi hit the road from being an individual contributor in her job to telling others what to do. She was eminently excited to take the road, however, she was a bit nervous that she might make mistakes that would put a stamp on her profile. Now that she was on her way to being a first-time manager, she knew that is not supposed to direct people but to guide them in becoming self-directed to enhance performance.
Jahnvi was aware that her new career path requires skills beyond her current skill sets as she was going to be judged for her decisions and the way she will tackle the challenges along the way. She had to make a leap from an individual contributor to a leader who rallies others to foster great results. She knew she had the candor to be a leader, however, she was apprehensive about the new responsibilities.