Whenever I speak at events across the country, I break down leadership to its most basic and practical form: It’s about meeting the needs of people and developing them to their fullest potential.
When employees don’t get the tools, training, time, development, expectations, vision, or resources they need to do their jobs well, they experience low morale; they stop caring and they stop trying, unfortunately, as early as the first few weeks on the job.
Not every person in a management role is created equal. If I may be candid, some have no business being in the role of influencing others.
When the rubber meets the road, these are five of the most common toxic management behaviors I’ve encountered over the years.Read the full article @ Inc.