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Why is so difficult for managers to empower employees?

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1. Why do you think it is so difficult for managers to empower their people?

2. Discuss the similarities and differences between setting goals for other people and setting goals for yourself. When does goal setting fail, and when does it succeed?

3. Consider the various roles members have to perform for a team to be effective. Which roles would play to your strengths, and which to your weaknesses? How can you become a better team member?

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1. Why do you think it is so difficult for managers to empower their people?

Managers find it difficult to empower their people for several reasons. Some managers are too busy with their workload that they are unable to focus on coaching the employees. Some managers feel that it would take up too much valuable time to train employees in other areas and think that by the time the employee learns the new task, it could already be done by the manager. High risk is another reason why managers fail to empower their people. ...

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This solution discusses why it is difficult for managers to empower their employees, similarities and differences between setting goals for other people versus yourself and the various roles memeber have to perform for a team to be effective.

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