I have been with the company for over eight years. It sounds scary for an IT specialist that I have been working in one place for a long time, but it is true. It is interesting to work for this company because I have grown to be a team leader, and projects are becoming more complex and challenging.
At the beginning of my journey as a lead, I read that there are three ways to manage:
The first way is to control and force.
The second is not to control and not to force
The third is to create an atmosphere for each private team member to solve the assigned tasks independently. I am a supporter of this path.
Requirements for newcomers - six months after employment, they should merge into the overall pace of the team and project requirements. In six months, I expect independent decisions from them. Sometimes I can point out shortcomings, not correcting mistakes, but pointing out the consequences of such decisions.
The main thing is that a person wants to develop and look for his sources of information and existing and new-created approaches to implementation.