I knew that it was my responsibility as a leader to recognize those improvements, but a little voice inside my head was telling me not to say anything.
Merging two companies is like trying to blend families in a second marriage. The decision to combine was made at the top by few, and everyone below has to deal with it.
Essentially, I threw my stress away by accepting the fact that I could only do what I could do, and the rest would have to wait.
Reflecting on the high-quality managers that have made an impact on my career, this blog is a tribute to those fine leaders of my past.
Have you ever wondered why you can provide minor instructions for one person on your team and have to go into detail instructions with another? We all inherently realize that not all human beings are the same.