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The NUMBER ONE quality people want in a leader is...

Managers have for years racked their brains about the requirements of their employees.

Whilst in decades past, bosses may have been satisfied with being seen as a fierce tyrant, believing that this would motivate their employees into working hard, all data now points to this being the opposite of the truth.

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Comments (2)

  • Stuart Braverman
    Stuart Braverman
    Tue, 14 Jan 2020 3:08pm GMT
    hi
  • Steven
    Steven
    Thu, 9 Jan 2020 8:33am GMT
    "...areas such as compassion and empathy are obviously significant paths to success as a leader..."

    I could not agree more, but then why do I routinely encounter managers with neither? If it is such a key skill, why is it not a routine part of manager training and monitoring? Or maybe it it, but as other articles here have pointed out, 60% of managers receive no management specific training anyway, so the majority have not been informed how to be nice.

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