Sep 17, 2018
We’ve spent the last few weeks learning the ins and outs of managing others. And now that we have that context for what exactly good management looks like, we can start the process of setting aside our shame issues and authority projections so that we can also be managed effectively.
Although cooperating may not be our first inclination when confronted with an authority figure, it really is in our best interest, in most situations, to help someone manage us. Because good managers are, in practice, facilitating change in others – and don’t you want to be an active participant in your own evolution?
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