“You look out of sorts,” I said.
“I am,” Marsha replied. “I have been at this job, as a manager, for almost 15 years. I have an opportunity to move into a brand new department. I would still be a manager, but I have no real experience in that area.”
“If you have no experience, why does the company think you can handle it? Why would you even be interested?”
“The manager of the department retired. My manager said I should give it shot. His boss said they would like someone on the inside to take it over, rather than recruit from the outside. It would definitely be a challenge, and it looks interesting. But, here is my question. How many skill sets can a person be really good at? In my current role, I have a handle on things. This would be new.”
“How many skill sets do you think you could be good at?” I prompted.
“That’s the big unknown,” Marsha nodded.