How to manage when you hate being a manager
Thursday, September 27, 2012/
You’re a manager. Congratulations! You have been bestowed with the marvellous opportunity to manage others while simultaneously managing yourself.
For many top performers, the very thought of this invokes dread.
Take solace. You are not alone, writes Devora Zack at Fast Company.
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