Managing People Requires Maximum Patience
Florence Nabbika, Student (MBA), Uganda, Member
Consider also that managers work with people from all walks of life, and as the business world grows more and more inclusive, they have to take time and understand that they can't be programmed to suit their (managers') expectations easily.
Humans are not machines to be programmed. Each human being has an independent mind and can best be utilized if time is taken to analyze his/her strengths, weaknesses and how they can be made profitable to the organization in the best way. Unlike computers, their willingness has got to be managed. This all requires patience.