Managers who achieve significant professional goals don't often
worry about career derailment. But complacency isn't the same as
continued success. Many high-performing executives have one or more
blind spots that they ignore as long as they meet their business
goals. The traps that lead to derailment can usually be found among
five leadership competencies: interpersonal relationships, building
and leading a team, getting results, adapting to change, and having
a broad functional orientation. Managers who rely on any of these
skills at the expense of the others or who neglect these skills
when promoted from a technical to a managerial role can sidetrack
their career. Leadership success--achieving it and continuing
it--depends heavily on a manager's developing and using each of
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