In a recent post, I stated that;
“Most people’s lives are nothing more than the realization of a promise they made to themselves”
When Anita stepped in front of her two kids, she could feel her very insides shake. She knew very well that she was placing herself in the direct line of fire of verbal abuse from their father.
Over the last little while, I’ve been sharing with you a personal and professional leadership series, I trust that you have found these lessons stimulating and valuable.
Okay, let’s dive right into it… There’s a good chance at one point or another you have had the misfortune of having to deal with a leader who was to put it NOT so delicately deficient, ( at least in leadership skills).
By Darren Virassammy
COO – 34 Strong, Inc.
In the world of managers, it is so difficult to qualify what it is specifically that employees want from managers? Is it praise? Is it recognition? Is it development? Is it clarity? What are the common denominators? Perhaps, it is more within reach than you think! As Marcus Buckingham reminds us:
“People typically don’t leave bad companies, they leave bad managers.”