Could you actually do your employees’ jobs? Why it’s critical

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© Copyright 2017 ResourcefulManager   You’re great at leading other people, but could you do their jobs? If not, it’s time to learn. Before you start thinking, “Yeah, right. I’m busy enough doing my own work. I don’t have time to learn their jobs,” give us a chance. On the surface, it might not seem important – or even feasible – that the boss knows how to do employees’ work. But new research finds the exact opposite is true. A manager’s understanding of employees’ work has the biggest impact o.  show all text

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