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- There is a certain amount of fear involved in a promotion over peers.
- The situation has feelings attached to it.
- People s reactions will be based on a bell curve, with most people not caring, but with a few being either really happy or really unhappy.
- What group will you focus on?
- Don t take things personally.
- Have intentional conversations with your former peers to acknowledge that feelings are there and to listen to how they feel.
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