How come executives don't do all the stuff managers do? How come they don't attend training but expect managers to? There's a reason.

If you've ever wondered whether executives at "other companies" engage in manager behaviors, because the ones at yours don't, the answer is probably no. The Executives at other firms are just like the ones at yours: they don't do the stuff they ought to do as managers. Oh, they're still managers. They just don't want to have to be. And they can get away with it.

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  • Are Executives Managers?
  • Should Executives Do Manager Things?
  • When Should Executives Not Behave Like Managers?

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