Becoming an exceptional manager of people is a lot easier than you think.
I managed people for over 30 years, as few as 22 and as many as 1300 (my last management position). I started out using the traditional top-down command and control approach for my first 12 years. I was considered one of the best managers, but felt I could do better.
After a revelation that my achievements would never be better than what my people achieved and that they were much more… Continue
Posted on January 21, 2009 at 3:00pm — Comments