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While HR teams are often tasked with assisting and educating new and struggling managers, they rarely have the opportunity to get to know and support successful managers in the company. That disconnect can cause top managers to feel unsupported, unappreciated, and frustrated in their current roles, which can in turn impede organizational and departmental progress.
Fortunately, the answer is simple: make the employee experience of all your managers a top priority. Odds are your organization already has strong initiatives in place that you can adapt to recognize and develop your high-performing managers.
How can HR