Part 2 of our chapter one guidance on authority and flat organizations.
Some managers and directs express concern that Manager Tools' Trinity guidance is formulaic, and not authentic. Here's how to think through those concerns, and/or address them from a colleague.
We've gotten a lot of comments in the past couple of years from some folks who say they don't like our Trinity models because they don't feel "authentic." Sometimes they say it's "formulaic." Here's how to address those challenges.
This Cast Answers These Questions
- How do flat organizations affect your relationship with your boss?
- When can you exercise your authority?
- What one factor gives you authority in the workplace?
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