A Culture Of Trust And What Poor Management Looks Like

Businesses fail to make good leadership hiring decisions 82% of the time. In fact, only 1 and 10 leaders on your team are considered “great.” Why? It’s because an assumption is made by leaders that all people should be promoted simply because they “been there…done that!” Also, it’s because of a lack of trust on both sides. Managers don’t trust employees to do the work and employees don’t trust their managers. In this episode, we explore the paradox of poor hiring decisions and trust issues in the workplace. As always, stay tuned for the MOD report which involves a hotel room, an FBI agent, and a Glock 22 handgun.

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