The Best Managers Should Avoid Using This Common Word


A company’s success is directly related to the quality of its management. Without great managers, a business with even the most talented employees will struggle to succeed. So what makes a great manager? There are countless theories; however, many of them are truly “theoretical” and are not backed by actual research.

The Best Managers Should Avoid Using This Common Word

A recent article published by CNBCsuggests that the best managers avoid using the word "I," as well as other self-promoting pronouns like “me, mine and myself" and use more first person plural pronouns, such as “we,” and second-person pronouns like “you” and “your.” Moreover, this is backed by actual research. If you work in management (or if you’re thinking about moving into a management role), I highly recommend reading the entire article. 

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