Whether you're a first-time manager or a seasoned exec, it's important to always be on the top of your management game. It's your job to help your team do their jobs — and that's not as easy as it might sound.
Fear not! Here's an infographic from CIPHR that offers some essential tips on how to be a good manager. There are some surprising findings, including our favorite: 61% of workers become engaged at work if their bosses focus on their strengths, not weaknesses. That's twice the average employee engagement rate!
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