He instinctively knows how to raise the bar for each individual he manages.
Since then, he has really set the bar high when it comes to a manager.
John sets the bar very high for recruiters/staffing managers.
Therefore, he will always up the bar whenever he does anything.
John raises the bar for others, while helping others to reach that bar.
He set the bar so high that all the managers that followed have struggled to keep up with his expectations.
John continues to raise the bar for himself, his colleagues and those he manages.
John sets the bar for what a colleague, and particularly a manager, should be.
In addition to setting the bar, he is the type of manager to help you over it.
As a manager he would always raise the bar on him and push him to new levels.
John is results oriented and tough manager and he always keeps the bar high.
His exposure to him strengths has set the bar for his own management style.
He set the bar high for him as a manager within the organization.
John raises your bar and makes you want to be better just by being who he is.
He always raised the bar for everyone and was always there to help you succeed.
He definitely raised the bar for them when we were looking for his replacement.
John also came up with two of the three names for the chocolate bars.
He raises the bar of everyone around him and makes it all enjoyable.
He makes others around him better and raises the bar for everyone.
Setting the bar high, especially for himself, he always delivers.
He will go to the next and keep raising the bar for himself.
Challenges you, the organization and himself to raise the bar.