People come to work to feel valued, not just to fill the financial needs. When they leave office, they want to have a sense of accomplishment and that’s what drive the team, high valued culture and a race to win the impossible looking targets.
A good manager understands that and will look for opportunities to value people. A bad manager also understands that and will look for opportunities to de-value people.
Using the former approach creates a pool of self assured and secure employees which benefit the good manager or the organization.
Using the latter approach creates a pool of self doubting and insecure employees that benefit the bad manager.
Food for thought?