August 16, 2016 | By Mike Ryan
Being a good manager has always meant keeping an eye on results in the form of employee deliverables, project timelines and other key indicators. However, being a “complete” manager also means providing the support and guidance each and every employee needs to grow.
So how do you help good managers become "complete" managers?
In this month's Performance Perspective, we explore:
Why most companies underperform in the talent development arena
The role of today’s managers
What it means to be a “complete” manager
How recognition completes the manager