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Elevating our leadership | “I don’t care that they stole my idea…I care that they don’t have any of their own.” – Nikola Tesla

Difficulties with dual reporting

You have two bosses? Not good! Here’s why. While I believe that all power and authority should not be concentrated within one man or a woman and that others should be enabled and empowered to act and make decisions, it is important to be clear on who is leading what area and who has the final say.

Having said that, it is clear to me that reporting to more than one person doesn’t work. If two of your bosses have a disagreement, you lose. No matter who’s side you take, you will lose in the long-term.

Furthermore, if one of them leaves (or perhaps they both leave), this further complicates this relationship and introduces other considerations which need to be made. Think about it. Reporting to more than one person, doesn’t work. Do you have a similar or perhaps different experience to share on this topic?

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