How to Determine If You’re a Bad Boss

There is a ton of information out there about how hard it is to find good employees, but that begs a question: how hard is it to find GOOD BOSSES? FBI’s Mike Flentje says people don’t quit their jobs, they quit their bosses, and surveys bear this out. As we build our careers, most of us get plenty of technical training, but how many of us benefited from solid “boss training?”

Please tune in this week as Wayne offers six diagnostic tools to determine if you could be a better boss along with four tools for improving your skills. What training, reading, our courses have helped you develop your boss skills? Please advise us in the comments.

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  1. The ability to put yourself in others shoes is essential along with respect towards everyone in your organization and insisting that the same be shown to one and other.

    • Thanks, Andy.

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