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Not Everyone Wants to Be a Manager

Not Everyone Wants to Be a Manager

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Career success takes on many forms.

For some, it’s landing a management position. For others, it’s finding work-life balance or developing a very specialized expertise in one area. Still others like the variety lateral moves provide. Respect and acknowledge each employee’s definition of success, and keep individual contributors engaged. Whether they’re backroom, frontline, low or high profile, individual contributors are the backbone of an organization and, as such, should not be relegated to stagnation but valued and nurtured through customized development and growth opportunities.

Interested? see this article on latest employment trends!

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