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The management and highly-engaged employees

Managers create the conditions that promote the behaviors of engaged employees with the relationships they establish.

  • The bosses who individualize create a space for their employees to seek out their strengths and only ask when advice is needed.
  • The bosses who generalize will often require constant managerial intervention because they don't foster engagement-creating behavior.

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