Yesterday, I had a conversation with a friend of mine who recently retired after having a decades-long successful career as a manager in the medical field. We talked about the importance of performance interactions and the pivotal role of the manager. He remarked that his management style was very laid back and his tendency had been to avoid rather than address performance issues. This style he believed, worked best with the culture of the organization and was a key factor contributing to the high employee retention rates.
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