Why Great Managers Are So Rare

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In this article from Gallup, they highlight that companies fail to choose the candidate with the right talent for the job 82% of the time.

The thing is, management talent exists in every company. In fact, it’s often hiding in plain sight. 

Gallup has found that one of the most important decisions companies make is simply whom they name manager. Yet our analytics suggest they usually get it wrong. In fact, Gallup finds that companies fail to choose the candidate with the right talent for the job 82% of the time.

Bad managers cost businesses billions of dollars each year, and having too many of them can bring down a company. The only defense against this problem is a good offense, because when companies get these decisions wrong, nothing fixes it. Businesses that get it right, however, and hire managers based on talent will thrive and gain a significant competitive advantage.

Click here to read the full story from Gallup. 

 

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