Russ Laraway

I think a lot of managers convince themselves that the person sitting across from them is an employee and our shared interest is about what we do here in this company today and tomorrow. And I think what I’ve learned is that the best managers say “No, no, no, that person sitting across from me is a human being, and I need to play a role in not only helping them achieve success as we define it within this company, but also whatever they envisioned for themselves over a much longer horizon in their career.”

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