Good managers are apolitical

Hopkins, Tom
September 1997
Executive Excellence;Sep97, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p15
Describes the ten characteristics of a good manager. Commitment to building a team that functions in unison to reach goals; Business detachment with people off the job; Development of future vision; Promotion of risk taking with their people.


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