The worst place an employee can be is stuck in an organization with a micro-manager who doesn't care about their development, and there are no opportunities for growth and advancement.
No matter how great a company’s products and/or services may be, if management is dysfunctional, that company will have serious problems. It's time that companies realize that all the money or perks in the world will not retain good staff if they have a manager who makes their time on work miserable.
When people feel safe enough to raise their hands and say, “I made a mistake” or “I need some help.” The leader has now created an environment where their people feel safe to be themselves, which will now allow them to produce their very best.
Credits: Brigette Tasha Hyacinth
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