How to identify and stop ostrich-style management
from By: Catherine Iste (commentary)
We have all come across them in our careers: managers or even whole organizations that keep their heads in the proverbial sand, refusing to acknowledge what is all around them. Whether it is something subtle like a leader who avoids conflict or more obvious, like an organization that does not have a handbook, the ostrich syndrome can affect everything from attendance to office culture. As such, it is more important than ever for leaders to identify and stop ostrich-style management.
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