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        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers
        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers

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        The Secret Weapon to Driving Employee Success: Your Managers

        ABSTRACT

        Employees don’t leave companies. They leave bad managers. Bad managers are the number one reason employees quit. We’ve all experienced them at some point. They are the leading cause of employee disengagement. Today, 70 percent of North American employees feel indifferent or disengaged at work, costing the U.S. economy nearly $500 billion every year* in lost productivity, substandard performance, and employee turnover.

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