Be a Better Manager
Managers are crucial to the success of organizations because they make executive-level strategies happen. Despite the importance of management and management development, they often receive less attention than leadership development, leaving managers alone and lacking skills in management techniques. To avoid the excesses of the micromanager whose employees feel second-guessed all the time and the passive, acquiescent manager whose employees struggle and whose goals go unachieved, this Infoline provides a self-development guide.
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