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If you've ever worked for a bad boss, you've probably uttered these famous words .... "I don’t get paid enough to put up with this crap!
a blue print how NOT to be a boss able to encourage and inspire your team!!!!
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If you’ve ever worked for a bad boss, you’ve probably uttered these famous words …. “I don’t get paid enough to put up with this crap!” Bad bosses destroy morale and employee engagement and, more often than not, they brighten up the whole company when they quit or are finally fired. So what makes someone a bad boss? Check out these 15 signs and symptoms:
Totally agree with John Michel's insight.
I highly recommend feedback that serves, as a tool that may help. There are some bad bosses who may be unaware of how they are negatively affecting others.
Some, not all, but some.
Sadly this is still a more common employee experience than you might expect.
I'm going to send the questions to my team and then chat through with them in one of our team meetings to see what thoughts this has provoked - or any results our team might choose to work on!
Is it possible to be a fair boss to someone you'd avoid eating lunch with — or must you learn to like every member of your team?
Very insightful - especially if you `inherit' a team of people you haven't picked yourself - and helpful in dealing with what could be a problem!
Reminds me of some of the literature and reserach on situational leadership theories.
Helpful #leadership advice, especially if you are a #team #leader.
This is something that everyone I'm sure can relate to, it reminds me of what we were talking about in class about what makes a good manager.
Leaders who inspire appreciate and ask questions, and listen. They tend to ask “Why?” very often, along with “How could we do that?” about new ideas.
interesting aspect: leadership isn't always about getting the right answers, but also about freeing up people (and ourselves) from ingrained, habitual thinking
Being able to ask questions requires good listening skills. We were given two ears and one mouth for a reason...we should do twice as much listening as we do talking! :) In adition, "Asking contains the power to engage people. Good questions bring people together with a common purpose and goal. When I tell you the answer I have decided is correct, it reinforces that I am in control. When I ask you an honest question, it creates the opportunity for us to work together to recognize how we both answer it."
While a leader is away, how does the team react ? Do they stand around waiting for instructions like the herd of buffaloes or do they distribute the responsibility amongst themselves like the Geese ?
Not a new concept at all, but it reminded me of what leadership and high performing teams are all about. I've done my job managing with my team when I can leave them without worry, knowing they will get on fine without me.
There are few things more ridiculed in corporate culture then the middle manager. Executives usually get their fair share of hate but they also get some glorification as “kings of industry” or job...
Utilize the strengths of a great team and you'll achieve more than you ever imagined possible.
This list is not a recipe, but more a map -- a way of approaching leading as a learner, not from a pedestal or from the stands, but on the ground.
I like this useful `map' - always good to be reminded!
8 Life And Leadership Lessons From Arianna Huffington Forbes Arianna Huffington is often described as authentic, intelligent, and humble female leader.
Some really interesting aspects to make us all think!
If most of us aren't happy at work - and unhappy workers are less productive - is there anything companies can do to stop profits falling?
- fundamental, but often overlooked in not keeping up to date for people's engagement with the technology to do so
...a leader of people needs all these things; a timely reminder and refresher of what is important in engaging and leading a team, and what we need to aim for to do it better
Hot summer easy-reading reminder to the basics... you can read it anywhere on your smartphone (I myself am writing this on an iPhone...:-))))... during your holiday, in the 5-star all inclusive hotel or in your cottage in the country, in your yacht or on your sailboat...:-))) one or to point could even catch your attention in a new light... good swimming after reading it...:-)))
Liderago para asesoras y equipos directivos.
Do you look forward to going to work? Do you feel value…
This is true - I've had to learn this over 25 years of being a manager and it has certainly worked for all the teams I've been with. Wish I'd read this 25 years ago!
10 tips to help your team feel appreciated via Martina Preece
Teamworking skills: http://t.co/SQy7IVWS