Does your company need you? Then you're doing something wrong

10/3/2013 |

Leaders whose teams are helpless without them aren't doing their job properly, writes Brad Hall. Managers should create teams capable of operating independently, starting with scheduling periodic one-on-one meetings, Hall explains. "Outstanding managers build outstanding engines. A manager's greatest achievement should be the power and reliability of his organization," he writes.

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