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Finally, a good manager
Wow, what a difference management can make! I’ve finally found a “home” at Los Alamos National Security where I’m appreciated for my work, treated fairly and honestly, allowed to exercise my opinion, and expected to put my family first. I’m even trusted to manage my own work time as an adult without needing notes from my mommy. I was surprised managers like that still exist.
For a long while, I’ve been transferred from one control freak, tyrant, and bully to the next. “Good” managers, it seemed, were dinosaurs. When describing the characteristics of someone I thought of as a good manager to one of the tyrants I recently worked for, he responded, “Man, he must have been a real wimp!” That said it all: some managers feel they must step all over people to be considered, “Tough Guys.”
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