They are the top management, the leader employees look up to. They are in and out of meetings every day even out on businesses strategy trips on most days. We quiver at their sight yet we want them to know how well we do in our jobs. We know they are our boss, but do we really know what they do all day? Do we really understand the extent of their job?
Researchers from Harvard Business School did a survey on chief executives of 94 Italian companies and found out that the average Italian boss works for 48 hours a week and spends 60% of that time in meetings. Diligent bosses spend more time meeting with their employees while the less diligent bosses are likely to meet with people outside the company, perhaps to raise their own profile in case they need to switch jobs in the future.
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