So, as some of you may know, I took a job at a corporate fitness center for a major US company 4 months ago. My title is Health Fitness Specialist. Basically I do fitness assessments, program design, measure body fat and blood pressure, as well as some entry-level administrative stuff. Well, I've worked my butt off and we are currently undergoing a major staffing transition, as a few people are leaving. Our team oversees two large fitness centers, each on two different campuses of the company we service. Today the head honcho wanted to have a chit-chat with me. I was nervous. Did I do something wrong??? I've only been here 4 months :neutral: No, they want to interview me for the Assistant Program Manager position...which is a couple tiers above where I am now. The head honcho basically said the position in mine unless the interview goes horribly bad. She gave me management training resources and basically told me what will be asked at the interview. She also said that the decision to consider promoting me that far up came from above her. Anyways, does anybody here have any management experience? If so, do you have any tips? It would be my first management job, although I have done some administrative duties. This will be a huge step forward, as I would be running the day to day operations of one of the two fitness centers that caters to a company of several thousand employees on our campus.