People Don’t Leave Jobs, They Leave Bad Managers
It’s more than just a saying. It’s backed by statistics.
Seventy-five percent of employees say their boss is the worst and most stressful part of their job and 44% of people have left a job because of a bad boss.
Jim Collins wrote that “good is the enemy of great” to indicate that settling for “good enough” often resulted in teams that stopped striving for great results.
But what if great is also the enemy of the good?
While many business programs strive for perfection, a singular focus on reaching it can often cause more harm than good to your company. Here’s why.