30 Oct Developing managers for team-driven success
Why leaders must focus on awareness, readiness and commitment to strengthen behavior and morale.
Investors know that past performance is no indication of future returns. Unfortunately, this can also hold true for employees as they rise through the management ranks.
When new managers fail to recognize that they’re on a path with greater responsibilities, they may cling to tasks at which they once excelled but that now belong to those they lead. Managers need to learn how to correct any behaviors that hinder leadership and unintentionally obstruct or alienate employees.
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