13 Fatal Errors Managers Make and How You Can Avoid Them
Are you guilty of - being a buddy, not a boss? Never admitting that you are accountable? Failing to set common business goals? These are just a few of the fatal errors managers make. This book will show you how to recognize problems - and avoid them - before they happen.
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