Managers misjudge their strengths and weaknesses

More than half of the UK’s managers misjudge their strengths in the workplace, according to research from Chartered Management Institute (CMI). CMI recently asked 2,000 managers which aspects of management they thought they were best at. Many claimed to excel at managing people, some said they were great target-busters and others claimed they were strongest at managing themselves. CMI has since put those perceptions to the test by inviting UK workers to use a specially-developed self-diagnostic tool to work out where their strengths and weaknesses lie. The results strongly contradict managers’ perceptions, with just 14 per cent of the 6,056 […]

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