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MDM Interview: How to Stand in Your Employees’ Shoes

As the face of the workforce shifts, managers need new skills to connect and effectively lead a more diverse employee base. A new book, Flex: The New Playbook for Managing Across Differences, was written to address this need. MDM Editor Lindsay Konzak recently spoke with the book’s co-author Jane Hyun, an executive coach and global leadership adviser to Fortune 500 firms.

This interview includes Hyun's take on:

  • Why it's important for manager's to be able to "flex" their management styles
  • How managers can bridge the power gap
  • The cost of not considering different management styles

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