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A Bad Manager


People join organizations because of great vision; people leave because of piss poor management and leadership.


According to Greg Savage, mostly, people don’t change jobs solely for money. They almost never resign on a whim or in a fit of anger. They joined your company because they believed its right for them, and they actually want it to be right. Something, at some point, makes it wrong. And if you really take the time to dig into their real reasons for leaving — and you should — you will find that it’s not “the company” they blame. It’s not the location, or the team, or the database or the air-conditioning. It’s the leadership!


So, next time you get a resignation, resist the temptation to laugh it off as “another dumbo who doesn’t get us.” It’s not the departing employee who doesn’t “get it.” It’s not the company they are leaving; it’s the leadership.

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Mariem Jendoubi
Mariem Jendoubi
02 jun. 2021

Very true , manger is the head of the tem . If this manger is useless or lake of real management skills he really ends up guiding the team towards wrong path. This is the difference between leader and manger .

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Always spot on! Very inspiring

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