Managing Your Boss: The Impact of Manager Personality and Style on Employee Performance | by Rick Garlick

by Rick Garlick, Ph.D., Director of Consulting and Strategic Implementation, Hospitality Research Group, Maritz Research

It's been said 'people don't leave companies, they leave managers.' Indeed, Maritz has conducted numerous studies demonstrating the importance of a positive relationship with one's manager as a key predictor of whether employees will remain with a company. While no one would question the impact the quality of managers has on employee turnover, several questions emerge from this type of discussion. Exactly what qualities define a 'good' manager? Do certain personality types make better managers than others? How does a task oriented vs. a relationally oriented management style impact employee performance and customer experience?

From India, Coimbatore
Dear Mr Peer
Nice posting -
But, I have also gone through the article on
Why employees are leaving the organisations and Managers- The contents written there are also more or less similar as what you have posted.
I shall post it after some time--It is very interesting

From India, Madras

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