Tough decisions

Three-quarters of workers regularly make decisions they don’t feel they are trained or qualified for, and nearly two-thirds feel their managers are unapproachable, reveals a survey from the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).

The survey highlights the issues of what the CMI calls a “stressed out, unfulfilled workforce”. Some 23 per cent worry about making decisions, 32 per cent have lost respect for their manager and 10 per cent admit covering up mistakes.

Coaching at Work, Volume 6, Issue 4

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