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The Bad Business of Bickering Managers

What happens when senior managers can’t get along? The effect on employees is much like that of constantly fighting parents on children: they become anxious, do not interact well with others, and their performance suffers. As Bruce L. Katcher, Ph.D., explains, doing nothing about the problem is bad business.

About the Author(s)

Bruce L. Katcher, Ph.D. is an industrial/organizational psychologist and founder and president of Discovery Surveys, Inc. (http://www.discoverysurveys.com/) and the Center for Independent Consulting (www.centerforindependentconsulting.com). He is the author of 30 Reasons Employees Hate their Managers (AMACOM) and, most recently, An Insider's Guide to Building a Successful Consulting Practice (AMACOM, 2010).

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