You’ve got heard the truism: Staff do not depart jobs or firms, they depart managers and executives. (Practically two-thirds of workers have left a job or plan to depart due to their boss.)
Staff ascribe the next traits, amongst others, to dangerous managers: self-absorbed, smug, untrustworthy, egocentric.
Alternatively, workers describe good managers as leaders, ascribing to them the next traits, amongst others: supportive, reliable, respectful, communicative.
There are penalties to dangerous management, in fact, and generally sad workers are the least of them: Poor management can destroy company departments, even total organizations (heck, even total economies and nations).
The next infographic delves into what makes chief, the distinction between managers and leaders, the issues brought on by poor management, and the way one can change into a greater chief and boss.