4 Reasons to Manage Your Team’s Outcomes Not Their Hours

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Traditionally, part of a manager or leader’s role is managing their team’s hours.

Monitoring what time their team started work in the morning, how long they spent at breaks or lunch, and when they went home in the evening was part of the manager’s job.

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