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Answer these 10 questions to understand if you’re a good manager
By John Lafleur
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TL;DR: How to tell if you’re a good manager:
Can you take a week off?
Can problems be handled without you?
Does your team deliver consistently?
Do people tell you what they think?
Do people on the team treat each other well?
Is the team self-improving?
Can you give people who report to you meaningful, in-depth feedback?
What kind of things can you delegate?
Who is taking on bigger roles?
Can you take on work outside of your immediate scope?
Do your peers value your perspective and come to you for advice?
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