When it comes to what makes a successful Manager, there are certain misconceptions that are now widely accepted. So what’s myth and what’s reality?
Myth No. 1: Managers spend most of their time on long-term planning
The truth: Managers spend a majority of their time actively reviewing, monitoring and overseeing operations and projects, says Mullane. Often, this takes the form of informal meetings and conversations as well as putting out small fires in the day-to-day operations.
Managers who spend more time strategizing instead of executing typically don’t last long, Mullane says.
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