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“The best bosses shelter their people from disruption and stress. But you shouldn’t put your employees’ happiness first all the time. Sacrificing yourself will only lead to burn out and resentment. This is especially true if you have weak or destructive people on your team. Whether you hired or inherited them, your job is to help them improve - and if they don’t - to help them move on.”
- Today’s Management Tip was adapted from “The Boss as Human Shield” by Robert I. Sutton.