Management is hard. Getting people to act in unison toward a common goal is just not something that comes naturally. Two recent studies should give managers pause, especially those in the financial world.
First, a new Gallup survey begins with this stunning line in the executive summary: The majority of managers working in the U.S. today are wrong for their role. It goes on to say that many of them have talent, just not management talent. Theyre more suited to their previous jobs, and their strong performance often got them promoted to a management job they were not suited for.
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