Leading by Example

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The manager with the “do as I say, not as a I do” attitude is a cliché in workplace TV and film and for good reason. It’s a character so many Americans can relate to.

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At some point in their careers, many employees have encountered managers who expect them to exhibit behavior the managers themselves do not exhibit. While there may be legitimate situations in which a manager doesn’t necessarily need to follow the same rules he or she sets for staff, there are very good reasons for him or her to do so—and

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