What Blinds Business Managers

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  1. Manager Billy thinks he's a great manager.
  2. His entire team thinks differently, but doesn't let him know.
  3. Manager Billy continues running his ship like he's King Kong.

That's the typical relationship model between managers-employees in most companies, according to research done by a London and Switzerland professors.

Manager: I'm the Greatest

Think back to your:

  • last office manager
  • last college teacher
  • last [insert superior name here]

How'd you feel about the superiors? Probably felt like most people: "Dude's got to get down on his ivory tower." Yet, without any requests for feedback, you kept your mouth shut; and, the relationship kept kind of sucking.

Employee: You're Not the Greatest

Ask any of your employees how they feel about you.

  • You might be thinking now: "They love me."
  • What they'll probably say: "Good, but lots to improve."

Challenge yourself to understand the absolute brutal realities of how you manage. Ask 'em:

  • What are the top 5 things sucks about how I manage you?

You'll improve yourself as a manager -- setting your employees free to fully focus on perfecting their crafts, instead of wondering what in the mother @^^%^ you're thinking about them.

"What sucks about me?"

 

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Posted on April 01

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