So much good information can be gleaned from the leadership book, “First Break all the Rules.” But it is never too late to revisit the main ingredients of the best managers.
Best managers have these things in common:
- Reject conventional wisdom
- Treat every employee as an individual
- Never try to fix weaknesses. Instead they focus on strengths and talents.
- Know their people are watching every move they make
Remember that managers do need to be able to “manage”. But the best managers know even better how to lead and inspire