Distributed By Christian Hoffeldt
Posted in Management
The combination of attributes that characterize great managers only exist in about one in 10 people, according to new research from Gallup. Another two in 10 working adults have some of the traits to become effective managers with the right coaching and development, the research-based consulting firm said in its The State of the American Manager: Analytics and Advice for Leaders report.Gallup’s study features 40 years of analysis covering 2.5 million manager-led teams in 195 countries, and measures of engagement for 27 million employees.According to Gallup research, the majority of managers are miscast. Just 18 percent of current managers have the high talent required of their role.