When thinking of the countless hours that team leaders, department heads and vice presidents devote to supervising the work of others, it seems as though the role and purpose of a “manager” hasn’t kept pace with what is needed in today’s business world. This article delves into how managers must start thinking about the fluidity of managing to become a better leader. The article offers five critical changes that managers can make to help organizations meet today’s challenges including being instructive, allowing expansive thinking, focusing on inclusivity, seeking innovation and challenging employees.

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