People leave managers, not companies. Don’t let that manager be you.


Rich Archbold

Director of Engineering, Intercom

Do people really leave managers, rather than companies? And if so, how do you fix the problem?

The data suggests bad management is a real and significant issue. According to a study by Gallup, one in two people admitted to having left a job to get away from a bad manager. In fact, 70% of the factors that contribute to your happiness at work are directly related to your manager.

Yet few managers ask themselves the hard questions: Am I the reason people are leaving? Was it because of something I did, or something I didn’t do? In my experience, managers suffer something akin to the Dunning-Kruger effect. They assume they’re not the problem, but that their employees are.

Read more.

https://blog.intercom.com/people-leave-managers-not-companies/

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