Have you ever worked for a boss who micromanaged every second of your day? That person constantly checked in to make sure that your work was coming along the way they wanted it to, and gave you no freedom to make your own decisions. It's frustrating, isn't it? If you were in a situation like that, you probably said something like, "When I'm the boss, I'll do things differently!" And maybe you have, but take a second to answer this question honestly:
What kind of boss are you - a great boss or a not-so-great boss? Is it a question you've ever actually asked yourself?
It's common knowledge that a bad boss or leader in the workplace can take a great company and drive it into the ground. If you're a leader or manager, it is incredibly important to take the time to develop your leadership skills so that you can be the best boss for your employees.
The infographic below, from EOS Worldwide, explains the differences between good and bad bosses and will help you understand where you fall on the spectrum of great to not-so-great.