Do any of these situations strike a chord with your position?
• You are an employed expert/practitioner, but now have a 'management job'
• You started freelancing but have gaps in your experience and knowledge
• You manage a small business and need to upskill one or two key people
However you get there, you look for help as the 'management stuff' starts to bury you. Your time for the 'day job', your social life and your family ebbs away. And you come up against a wall of silence, whether or not it is sympathetic.