Do you measure up as a manager?

Wiesner, Pat
January 2006
ColoradoBiz;Jan2006, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p13
The article presents the characteristics of a good manager and leader. A manager knows how to listen to the ideas, goals and aspirations of each team members. A manager is also consistent and fair. A manager runs a meeting in which everyone participates. A manager treat employees like people, not as employees, to get honesty in return.


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