The average boss is about 1.75 times as productive as the average worker.
How and by how much do supervisors enhance worker productivity? According to research conducted by Stanford’s Edward Lazaer and Kathryn Shaw, and University of Utah’s Christopher Stantonthe, replacing a boss who is in the lower 10% of boss quality with one who is in the upper 10% of boss quality increases a team’s total output by more than would adding one worker to a nine member team. Plus, workers assigned to better bosses are less likely to leave the firm.
So how do you become a boss in the top 10%?
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