I’ve seen some managers who only see ‘black and white’. There is no ‘grey’. Unfortunately life is never that simple. Wars have been fought between groups who have been so convinced they were right that they could see no compromise. Construction is often the same and we have to compromise.Are you listening?
Or is it your way or the highway?
Do you listen to other people’s ideas? Do you do things the same way as you have always?
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