Want to know the most common complaint from employees about management? Inadequate communication.
It’s an old gripe, as evidenced by the large percentage of Dilbert cartoons on the subject over the years. Yet, it’s an ongoing issue at many of today’s companies. Some managers micromanage, while others steer employees wrong.
At a tight-knit startup, this just won’t do. When you’re dealing with people with a variety of skills — possibly some that you might not fully understand — your ability to constructively critique their work will be vital.
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