Make Sure Your Talent Development Factory Is Producing Pilots, Not Drones
Why isn’t management showing up better?
Studies show that most first-time managers are hired or promoted out of necessity – generally because they were strong individual contributors and not necessarily for any demonstrated management prowess. Because of this, many managers know only to be followers and are still dependent on someone else’s setting a direction. They are drones, in other words, with a pilot sitting in an office somewhere else in the organization.
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