It is always difficult to be a great manager and to develop great relationships within the team. It is even more complicated when the team already exists, and you have to jump in as a new member.
As a new manager for a team, you have to get to know your team, build your networking, build trust and confidence with your new team members, motivate them and set business-oriented team goals.
You have to show winning results in a short period of time, and without your team's success, it is impossible. And it's tough to figure all this out without burning yourself out, especially when it's your first managerial role.
I will cover all mentioned topics by sharing my experience, failures and success while leading a group of QA engineers within a 500+ IT company.