Discussion in 'UPS Partners' started by Impactful13, Nov 28, 2019.
How so? The ability to manage people is not dependent upon a knowledge of what they do.
If this is true than you could apply for any upper echelon position at your local large hospital?
Do you think the CEO at Chicago Memorial knows how to flush an IV tube?
the best dispatcher i ever saw never drove or loaded a day in a package car
he was great with numbers and listened intently to feedback though
Dave you’re being ignorant. With all of your managerial experience that you gained from being a supervisor and manager I’m surprised you’d post that.
My new manager at H&R Block used to be a regional manager for Advance Auto. Frank doesn't know a thing about filing taxes yet he is somehow able to manage all of the branches in his region.
He is respected?
How does he answer questions from his subordinates?
Anyone can walk around barking orders.
I'm guessing he gets his orders each morning during a conference call kinda like a delivery service we all know.
I cannot answer any of those questions as we have yet to work together but from what I have heard he is a very effective manager.
Ask your ex if she likes taking orders from someone who has never done what she is expected to do, specifically, some of the more undesirable jobs of a nurse.
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