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3. Manager and Direct Report

3. Manager and Direct Report

Your manager assigns your work, impacts the work you do and don’t do, and ultimately helps you succeed. Your direct report includes people who report to you, which means you are their manager. Direct reports also determine if you will succeed or not.


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