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Q I’m an interim manager for one year, and I want to be more than a caretaker. How can I make an immediate impact on my staff of 10?
A Meet privately with each employee and ask, “What do you like most and least about your job?” Then take at least some steps to fix or minimize what they don’t like and refashion the job to give them more of what they do like. While you can’t work magic, they’ll appreciate your effort and work harder on your behalf.
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