A recent report from The Institute for Employment Studies, “The Engaging Manager”, highlights some interesting learning points for managers.
The overarching finding from the research that had been undertaken was that the line manager relationship was criticised.
Other points that came up were that:
So I wonder how you stack up as a manager when it comes to engaging others?
For a summary of the report go to The Institute for Employment Studies website.
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