Why Good Managers Are So Rare
Bad managers cost businesses billions of dollars each year, and having too many of them can bring down a company. The only defense against this ...
The statistics in this article are downright scary. The author appears to blame managers for the poor satisfaction and engagement levels of employees.
Are these really bad managers? Probably not. The real fault lies with CEOs and Senior Executives who refuse to train managers to be exceptional at hiring, retention, coaching, training, and development. It's like the wild west in most companies - with managers basically doing whatever they want with their teams based on their own personal life experiences.
Shame on business leaders for not providing enough training and coaching to develop great managers who lead the bulk of your employees on a day-to-day basis. Is it any wonder why most managers are terrible at managing and employee engagement is so low?
What's your plan for raising the bar through training for your management team?
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