I'm a Good People Manager - Really I AmPosted in : HR Updates on 20 September 2010
How do you really KNOW if you are a good people manager? Just because your job title has the word 'Manager' or 'Leader' doesn’t automatically make you good at people management. Often, managers are put into positions of responsibility because of expertise in relation to job functionality and technical skills and are too often inadequately prepared to take on people management responsibilities.
The bottom line is that some managers can get out of their depth with regard to the people management aspect of their positions and are often afraid to admit that they need help in the form of training, mentoring or coaching. We can all have an inability to perceive personality traits and
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