Today, I was reassure that management styles should not be all encompassing for supervised staff. I've learning that managers should take the time to learn their individual employees because they each bring a different benefactor to the organization. In such managers should always self-evaluate and reflect prior to meeting with their employees because often times the reflections and actions are projected onto their employees, and can lead to conflict, resistance or push-back. I also learned that managers should conform to positive daily productive process because their actions and attitudes often contribute the to the daily environment and success of the organization. Example - if managers seek to divide, acknowledging more employees than others, (experience, tenure, vested, or been there from the start); they are likely to unknowingly continue this divisive environment within the organization.