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Give employees the chance to share perspectives (access required)

As a manager, it’s easy to pigeonhole team members based on what you hired them to do, and within that, what they do especially well. There’s benefit to that, of course, including the confidence of knowing your colleague has the expertise to do the work according to your standards. While it makes sense to tap into ...
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