5 Common Mistakes Made by Terrible Managers and How to Avoid Them

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Businesses often underestimate the importance of having a strong management team. A company’s success stems from the people who lead teams and divide up responsibilities. A great manager can be the difference between a company that struggles and one that prospers. While companies should strive to have the best possible people, they also need to remember that if they don’t have strong leadership, they’ll never succeed!
 
There are common mistakes made by terrible managers that are damaging office culture, making employees unhappy and affecting the company’s bottom line. Here are some of the mistakes that managers should avoid making in order to be effective and productive.
 
  1. They don’t take accountability for their actions.
  2. They don’t examine their own performance where dealing with employees.
  3. They don’t properly train their employees.
  4. They don’t tell their employees what to expect where it comes to dealing with them.
  5. They don’t know how to come across in a professional manner.

Being a good manager is certainly a skill. It’s a difficult balancing act, as you have to be able to manage people without making yourself look bad. In order to be a good manager, you have to be able to see your mistakes and improve upon them.

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