What Good Managers Aren’t

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Really Good Bosses

In my sixteen years as an educator, and even in my teenage years and twenties before I became a professional in the full-time workforce, I have been exceptionally fortunate to have been led by some dynamic managers. I remember these leaders as humble, caring, trusting, fair, flexible, and motivational. I can count these occupational oddities on one hand — they were few, but they were…

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Lauren brings insight and humor to weight gain, relationships, parenting, work, divorce, and bad dates. She lives in NC with her two kids and three dogs.

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Lauren Warliga

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Lauren brings insight and humor to weight gain, relationships, parenting, work, divorce, and bad dates. She lives in NC with her two kids and three dogs.

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