HOW TO…engage line managers in people management

Dalziel, Shirley; Strange, Judith
September 2007
People Management;9/20/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 19, p56
This article offers tips for engaging line managers in people management. It is recommended that line managers should be provided with accessible, easy-to-use tools and support. In times of change, line managers should be informed of why they are being asked to do things differently and what they need to do. Rewards for positive behaviors as well as sanctions for negative behaviors are advised.


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