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Direct supervision of any business puts you in the best position to ensure that things are in order. The view from the top may be breathtaking, but seeing things at the lowest level shows problematic aspects that are actionable.
Having the willingness to get your hands dirty, so to speak, not only gives you full exposure to what transpires in the workplace. It also provides you with the proximity to what goes on in your industry from the ground and the frontline. Here the rewards may be small, but they come in much faster, as transactional cycles are much shorter.
When a top decision-maker goes down to the ground, this eliminates the need for cumbersome reporting that has to rise to the chain of command, saving time. Decisions will have to be made and sometimes they need to be made quickly. Furthermore, hands-on engagements give the best view to expanding existing business and to make quality decisions based on the most relevant information.
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The Lupient Automotive Group is a firm based in Minnesota. It is headed by its president and CEO, Jeff Lupient, a hands-on manager who uses his knowledge of the industry and years of experience to provide top-notch service and cultivate long-lasting customer relationships. For more business and management articles, follow this Twitter account.