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3 signs your team think you're a terrible manager

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3 signs your team think you're a terrible manager

It’s never nice to have to accept that you’re the problem. However, there are two different routes you can go down once this becomes clear.

One will help you progress, flourish and ultimately become a better boss, and one will lead you down a path of anxiety and maybe even being fired. You can choose to lead into the criticism that’s floating around about you; you can choose to speak to your boss and your team and work out exactly what the issue is, and then work to overcome it; or you can choose to deny to yourself that there’s any issue at all, ignore what people are obviously saying and pretend it isn’t happening.

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