Julia Stewart Case Summary

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The average employee can recognize a great boss a mile away. The issue at hand is that ideal CEOs are hard to find. However, based on the characteristics Stewart displays in the case, she seems to be the type of CEO that most managers would love to work for. Workers are most responsive to superiors who lead by example, command respect, delegate, instruct, and maintain a high level of humility. These are the exact attributes possessed by Julia Stewart that would be desirable to restaurant managers within the organization.
While Stewart’s management style can be considered favorable for the most part, in some instances she may be perceived as a micromanager. In her attempt to be more hands by coaching crew members on when visiting restaurant

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