Managers face a challenge with no ‘gut’ to get it right
Managers in the fast-growing ‘guts’ field are being told they have to “learn from their mistakes” in order to achieve a good work culture.
Key points:A survey found that 60% of managers think the work environment needs to improveSource: Project Management Skills (PMS) survey conducted by BBC NewsChannel 4The survey found more than 60% think the workplace needs to “improve”, but they believe managers “have to learn from their own mistakes” to get good work.
More than one in four said that managers had to “try and be creative and creative at work”, with more than half saying that “management should have more role models in place”.
The survey also found that 55% of employees said they felt they needed to change or be “better”.
Some of the findings were revealed as part of Project Management Resources’ annual survey of more than 1,400 managers.
The survey, commissioned by Project Management Resource, asked managers whether they felt the work-life balance in the workplace was too difficult.
Around 40% of those surveyed said that it was a “challenge” and 30% said it was “not too difficult”.
“I feel like I have to do more and do more in order for me to be successful,” said one survey respondent.
“It is my responsibility to manage myself and the other employees in the organization.”
The survey was conducted by Project Managering Resources.
The research was funded by the BBC.
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