Managers need to remember they’re constantly being watched at work
Monday, September 3, 2012/
Part of leadership is learning how to self-manage – very, very, very well.
What does that mean? First, and most important, it means realising that you are in a fishbowl, CEO Matt Blumberg tells Business Insider.
You are always on display. You are a role model in everything you do, from how you dress, to how you talk on the phone, to the way you treat others, to when you show up to work.
Blumberg offers advice on what you need to be thinking about. Read the story here.
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