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By Tom Davidson

There’s no good reason to be a drive-by manager, unless your intention is to keep people off balance, out of sorts, and nervous! Here are three things you can do to strike a better balance: As we’ve been discussing in this blog series, you might have earned the reputation for being a drive-by boss without realizing it, […]

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By Tom Davidson

It’s your job to build and maintain sufficient connection with your staff and other stakeholders even if you’re busy, overwhelmed with changing priorities. Here’s what you can do to stop being a drive-by feedback giver: In this blog series, we’ve been discussing drive-by bosses, those managers who resemble drive-by shooters in the following ways: 1. Drive-by communicators who […]

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By Tom Davidson

Drive-by bosses fall into two categories, the ones who care but aren’t aware and the ones who are aware but don’t care. Which one are you!? A very good client recently received some feedback on his communication style, and it included a reference to his “drive-by communications.” Ouch! It was a clear allusion to “drive-by shootings,” the cowardly […]

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