There is nothing like an ideal manager. And time spent in a corporate says that experience ruins a lot of things as much as it teaches. In fact, managers are always supposed to be “wrong”. This is a common allegation on a basic managerial position, team lead or a similar role player.
Manager, as the name suggests, need to handle a variety of tasks, projects, employees while considering the performance and aspirations of the employees, the goals of the team, the values and restrictions laid by the office management. He needs to balance his own priorities, goals, and ethics too. Above all, he needs to be passionate about his role, empathetic to his colleagues and loyal to the management.
So, with so many responsibilities given to an efficient person, why at all is he considered wrong?
The experiences that one goes through in his or her career are a key player for the resultant personality and management style.