For smooth execution, people on your team–from upper management to those who toil on the most mundane tasks–need to have confidence in one another. Without trust, people at best second guess those they deal with. At worst, they won’t make necessary efforts because, why bother? Other people will only screw things up.
Such is the stuff of office intrigue and backbiting. But it can get worse when the people who aren’t inspiring trust are the people on your management team. News flash: That’s the situation in many companies, according to a new survey of “200 C-suite executives, senior leaders, and managers” conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit on behalf of management consulting firm BTS. And, sadly, you, too, may distrust many of the managers working for you.
What to Do When Your Managers Don’t Trust Each Other.
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