Distinguishing people vs process management could solve your manager effectiveness issues

Not all managerial roles are made equal, and knowing which positions require people management skills, process management skills, or a balance between the two can help improve outcomes for all...
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Distinguishing people vs process management could solve your manager effectiveness issues
Some managers are better suited to people management, others to process management

Lead people, manage processes. The role of the manager often encompasses a dual focus between empowering employees and navigating the policies, practices, and procedures of the organization.

But is HR clear on what each managerial role entails?

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