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Jan 17
2013

Interfering With Managers

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A common problem in businesses is when a business owner or senior manager consistently interacts, manages, or corrects staff who report directly to another person. While their intent to help is good, this typically creates confusion and rarely works. The staff person will become frustrated trying to please the direct supervisor and the other boss. This is especially true when work is assigned or changed. Then, both bosses become angry as each believes that their work should be done first.  The employee winds up caught in the middle.

 

Jesus said, "No one can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will hold to one and despise the other." (Matthew 6:24a, NASB).

In addition to creating confusion for the employee, the manager directly responsible for supervising the employee will feel undercut.  The result will be less management, not more.

When you are tempted to become involved, ask yourself if the involvement is really necessary. Ask yourself if you should speak to the other manager about the issue. Let your managers manage.

Steve Marr, Your Christian Business Coach

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