Why People are Not Your Greatest Asset
The problem with this mindset is that most employees are far more impacted by day-to-day contact with their immediate supervisors than by the occasional company-wide email or mass-distributed Christmas card from the CEO.
Employees today are better educated, more sophisticated, and more demanding of their work experience. “They won’t tolerate micromanagers or leadership abuse or favoritism or all the stuff our parents’ generation had to put up with in the corporate world,” Davenport says. “Organizations will have to respond.”
John Commins is a senior editor with HealthLeaders Media.
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