Over half of UK employees quit their job due to a bad boss or line manager.
It’s no secret that being a good manager can make all the difference in how happy your team is and how well it performs.
So what makes a good manager? There are many articles available on the internet but, for me, a good manager is someone who is a good coach and asks the right questions; is someone that can motivate and empower their team (and not micro-manage); someone who communicates well by sharing information and listening to what is being said; someone that puts in their own effort to get results; and someone that creates an inclusive team environment who is genuinely interested in the well-being and success of their team.
HR Review share their research on how British employees rate the relationship with their bosses.
If you find yourself arriving home after a long day at work only to spend a solid 10 minutes ranting about your boss, you’re not alone. A new study has revealed that on average, British employees rate their relationship with their employer at only 6.6/10.