Study after study shows that team leaders who practice humility tend to see better outcomes, including more innovative work.
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A recent study has found that employees with emotionally intelligent bosses tend to be happier and more effective.
“You’re there so they can all hate you,” my father said helpfully when I called up to vent during my first experience as a middle manager.
In the past, an employee’s relationship with their direct supervisor was found to be one of the most influential factors on whether or not the employee enjoyed their job. However, this dynamic has begun to change.
Are arbitrary deadlines causing stress in your agency?
Exert from So Now You Are The Boss! Supervisory No-Nos Unforgivable and Sometimes Unlawful Behaviors by Supervisors 1. Treating individuals unequally because of gender, culture, age, educational, religious background, etc. 2. Not keeping a trust with an employee 3. Blowing hot and cold 4. Failure to follow basic policies and procedures and laws 5. LosingRead… Read more »
I am among the retired/aged members of this website and by now quite hard-of-hearing (hoh). I also write and still into posting online memoirs, vignettes, blogs, short stories and assorted pieces of non-fiction. About a dozen or so years ago I invited via the growing Internet other hohers (whatever their ages, self-identification discouraged) to tellRead… Read more »