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Who Wants to Be a Manager?
  • Publication Date:
    October 2011

Employees and managers alike too often find their relationship frustrating and unfulfilling, one reason why so many supervisors are seen as horrible bosses. To understand the full story, we must look beneath the apparent effects of workday realities. We must go to a deeper stratum of mental and emotional elements that affect how people experience their work and perceive their relationships with peers and managers.

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