If you are a manager, and your goal is to build strong and lasting relationships with your employees, there are two characteristics you should embody:
Clarity and consistency.
At least, that’s what the data says.
Recently, LinkedIn Learning surveyed 2,968 professionals and asked them their biggest frustration with a manager. The runaway winner – a manager whose expectations aren’t clear or frequently change.
That was followed by a manager who micromanages, a manager who isn’t involved enough and a manager who doesn’t foster employee development.
And these issues lead to people leaving companies.