The costs of being a caring manager
from Harvard Business Review
Imagine that you recently started a role as a new manager. After a few months on the job, one of your direct reports stops by for a chat. You're not sure what he needs at first but as the conversation progresses you quickly realize that this is about a personal issue. He shares that he's the primary caretaker of his elderly parents, he finds the responsibility overwhelming and he's saddened to see their health deteriorate.
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