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Under-Managing: 8 Dire Consequences

Are you undermanaging your employees? For a long while, it seemed that many of my coaching clients complained frequently about bosses who micromanaged them. Nobody likes it when they’re told what to do and how to do it every step of the way. But now, however, I hear from clients that they actually want and […]
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Leadership Assertiveness: Average Is Perfect

How much should a manager push people to perform? How much assertiveness works best? If you’re too assertive, you can damage relationships and be perceived as a micro-managing busy-body. If you don’t push enough and hold them accountable then it’s easy for people to miss tough goals. What is “just right” management? Two researchers, Daniel […]
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