9. Company goals drive ambitions
Great managers constantly search for ways for their efforts and the efforts of people in their department to help other departments and managers succeed for the good of the business.
Good managers become great managers by building coalitions through mutual respect, and offering assistance on common projects. Building a strong partnership on a single project can help you climb innumerable rungs on your career ladder.
Seeking a successive string of promotions and title enhancements is a sign of a focused manager. Managers only interested in bigger titles may get them, but they might be the only goals they attain, at the cost of greater and more valuable goals, like gaining deserved responsibility and respect through your ability to address challenges responsibly. Do that, and your titles will come.
A title is only as good as the character of the person who holds it.
Great managers never let their egos, turfs or quests for titles interfere with the primary goal of corporate wellness.
A mixture of a strong grasp of reality and a helpful spirit pours the foundations of strong corporate careers.
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