Source | FastCompany : By Mark Lukens
Employers and employees want fundamentally different things—not just out of the workplace but out of their relationship with one another, too. Most management advice tends to downplay those differences rather than bridge them. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Anyone who’s worked to bring change to a team or organization knows the sorts of dangers that differing expectations can bring. Change that’s good for a company can be unsettling for the people charged with carrying it out. And fear and uncertainty can cause everything to go sideways.