11 Signs of a Bad Boss

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  • 2011 11 Signs of a Bad Boss Dianne Shaddock W W W . E A S Y S M A L L B U S I N E S S H R . C O M
  • 2 Have you ever belittled one of your employees in front of other co- workers? Do you avoid or put off meeting with staff because you're too busy? Poor working relationships between managers and staff are a guaranteed way to decrease morale and productivity, which is why correcting the situation needs to be a top priority. The first step in solving the problem is recognizing bad boss characteristics. Check out this list of the signs of a bad boss based on feedback from employees: Inability or disinterest in communicating with staff. Failure to convey goals, time lines, or expectations Talking to employees in a rude or condescending manner Not allowing employees to respond to comments or criticisms Failure to recognize employee accomplishments or performance Inability to deal with constructive feedback from their own supervisors
  • 3 Demonstrates dishonesty Lacks integrity Stirs trouble or bad feelings between employees Takes credit for positive outcomes but quickly blames others for negative ones Singles out and discriminates against particular staff members If you recognize yourself in any of these behaviors, then you've taken the first step toward adjusting them. The day-to-day management decisions you make have an immense impact on workplace interactions. For help developing a management style that nurtures productivity and fosters collaboration, consider finding a mentor or learning more about effective supervision through books or workshops. Be open to constructive criticism. More importantly, be open to turning your bad traits into positive management traits. It will not only help you and your career, but your employees morale and productivity.
  • 4 Dianne Shaddock is the Founder of Easy Small Business HR, Employee Hiring and Managing Tips. Through the Employee Hiring and Managing Tips podcast, blog, and weekly ‘quick tips’ e-newsletters, Dianne offers expert advice on how to make better hiring decisions, manage difficult employees, develop employee policies, motivate staff, and so much more. No stuffy, corporate HR policy lingo; but straight forward, easy to understand and implement advice for businesses just like yours. Stay ahead of the curve and go to Easy Small Business HR for more tips on how to hire and manage your staff effectively.
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http://easysmallbusinesshr.com/ Have you ever belittled one of your employees in front of other co-workers? Avoiding employees, belittling staff; all warning signs that your employees may not like you very much. Poor working relationships between managers and staff are a guaranteed way to decrease morale and productivity, which is why correcting the situation needs to be a top priority.
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  • 2011 11 Signs of a Bad Boss Dianne Shaddock W W W . E A S Y S M A L L B U S I N E S S H R . C O M
  • 2 Have you ever belittled one of your employees in front of other co- workers? Do you avoid or put off meeting with staff because you're too busy? Poor working relationships between managers and staff are a guaranteed way to decrease morale and productivity, which is why correcting the situation needs to be a top priority. The first step in solving the problem is recognizing bad boss characteristics. Check out this list of the signs of a bad boss based on feedback from employees: Inability or disinterest in communicating with staff. Failure to convey goals, time lines, or expectations Talking to employees in a rude or condescending manner Not allowing employees to respond to comments or criticisms Failure to recognize employee accomplishments or performance Inability to deal with constructive feedback from their own supervisors
  • 3 Demonstrates dishonesty Lacks integrity Stirs trouble or bad feelings between employees Takes credit for positive outcomes but quickly blames others for negative ones Singles out and discriminates against particular staff members If you recognize yourself in any of these behaviors, then you've taken the first step toward adjusting them. The day-to-day management decisions you make have an immense impact on workplace interactions. For help developing a management style that nurtures productivity and fosters collaboration, consider finding a mentor or learning more about effective supervision through books or workshops. Be open to constructive criticism. More importantly, be open to turning your bad traits into positive management traits. It will not only help you and your career, but your employees morale and productivity.
  • 4 Dianne Shaddock is the Founder of Easy Small Business HR, Employee Hiring and Managing Tips. Through the Employee Hiring and Managing Tips podcast, blog, and weekly ‘quick tips’ e-newsletters, Dianne offers expert advice on how to make better hiring decisions, manage difficult employees, develop employee policies, motivate staff, and so much more. No stuffy, corporate HR policy lingo; but straight forward, easy to understand and implement advice for businesses just like yours. Stay ahead of the curve and go to Easy Small Business HR for more tips on how to hire and manage your staff effectively.
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