I'm more interested in the interactions between managers and those they manage over as well as the professional relationships between a manager and their superiors as well. In my position, I'm learning appropriate mannerisms with those I hire as interns and those that work under me but I am rather close with. How do you manage your professional relationship with those you 'clique' with or maybe even consider as friends?
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Never forget a manager can be friendly with their staff, but they are their supervisor and are managing them. A manager must learn to train their staff and delegate tasks to them. Where it
can occur, also groom your staff for increased responsibilities and possible promotions. At times
a manager has to offer constructive criticism. A manager should inspire the respect of their staff.