Look for managers who "provide more targeted development at the right times and on the right skill needs -- feedback that employees can actively use to improve their performance and drive their own career development," Jackie Wiles writes. These "connector managers" ask a lot of questions and are positive but honest as they focus on people rather than individual problems, Wiles writes.
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