From an early age, most people learn to be humble. Those who brag about themselves and openly boast about their accomplishments are frequently looked down upon and considered arrogant. But as a manager, you’re likely to encounter situations when it’s actually beneficial and advisable to toot one’s own horn.
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For instance, consider an office that has made improving customer interactions a priority. As part of that initiative, customers are asked to rate their interactions with company staff with a quick post-interaction rating based on a score of 1 to 10,