How Can I Share Managing Duties With a Manager Who’s Totally Different?

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The owner wants everyone back in the office at least a couple of times a week. This is a small business with only two managers: Jane and me. One of us needs to be in the office every day. This is fine. We worked out a schedule. The problem is, Jane and I have very different management styles. Instead of managing our own people, we are now managing everyone half the time. I feel like I can’t overrule Jane’s bad decisions, but I also feel like I can’t let them stand. How do I work this out?

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