Managing people is almost impossible to do well. And for senior management, finding qualified people to hold mid-level management positions is difficult as well.

Gallup released a poll recently that illustrated not only how hard management is, but how all too often the wrong people get chosen for the position. It concluded that companies choose the wrong candidate for a management role an alarming 82% of the time. Which means you could line up 10 random managers and, on average, eight will not have the skills to effectively do their job.

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