By Dawn Klingensmith
You excel at your job, be it web design, perfume making or assembly-line production. In fact, you outshine your co-workers. Your performance evaluations are full of superlatives.
What’s your reward? You don’t get to design, create scents or assemble auto components anymore. The work you do best gets taken away.
That’s what happens, essentially, when someone whose work stands out is promoted to management...