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Are you a good boss - or a great one? by Linda A. Hill and Kent Lineback

By: Hill, Linda A.
Series: Harvard Business Review.Publisher: USA, Harvard Business School, Edition: 89 (1/2), January/February 2011.Description: 124-131.Subject(s): LEADERSHIP | EMPLOYERS | EMPLOYEESOnline resources: Download from Online Journals Summary: Suggests that many managers fail to achieve their potential because they simply don't know how to. Proposes and describes three imperatives to becoming a great boss: gaining other people's trust in your competence and character, operating effectively in your organisation's political environment, and creating and managing a cohesive team.
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Suggests that many managers fail to achieve their potential because they simply don't know how to. Proposes and describes three imperatives to becoming a great boss: gaining other people's trust in your competence and character, operating effectively in your organisation's political environment, and creating and managing a cohesive team.

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