Because managing is about man aging, I’ve avoided it. Living it’s bad enough.
In a hierarchy there’s The Boss (who controls the money), Employees (who do the work) and Managers (who catch flak from both ends). I’m already white-haired. No need to rush it more.
Still, when Business 21 emailed asking if I had the right style needed to lead, I decided, “Deal with it, don’t delete it.” I could learn to lead if I followed instructions in a $199 CD they were selling.
Management experts, it said, have identified six primary styles:
1) Command and Control
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