Bad Management Styles to Avoid If You Want To Retain Your Employees

LINDA LE PHAN | May 16, 2019

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Even great managers make mistakes sometimes, and that’s okay. But mistakes aside, adopting a overarching management style that generally empowers, rewards, and motivates employees is critical to the success of any team. A management mistake is forgivable, but a poor management style will drive your employees to disengagement and even eventually turnover.

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