Good managers are not busy

Good managers never get to be seen doing the actual work by themselves. However, they spend significant time on de-bottlenecking and coaching and empowering their team members.

Good managers set aside significant time:

  1. to reflect on the vision for team
  2. to plan career progression of members
  3. to build team's culture
  4. to align team's goals and expectations with that of the organisation
  5. to share appreciative and developmental feedback
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