Gallup surveys found that 50% of 7,200 associates who quit their jobs left because of their managers. Kristin A. Sherry reports that difficult managers often share certain important traits. They don’t know how to identify their own style of delegating and directing. They lack the desire to garner better results by altering their behavior in response to other people, and they communicate poorly. Sherry suggests the three critical attributes of a good manager are “character, competence and caring.” Put those in action, she says, to help your team love Mondays.
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Kristin A. Sherry, managing partner of YouMap LLC, is a career consultant and speaker. She wrote the bestsellers YouMap and 5 Surprising Steps to Land the Job NOW!
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