Ever notice how everyone in a workplace knows who the bad boss is-except the bad boss? If you’re supervising others, and you’re frustrated with their performance, it’s possible that the problem isn’t your team. You could be the not-so-great boss.
Disengaged employees cost the U.S. more than $500 billion in lost productivity annually, and most of that disengagement can be traced back to poor leadership and management. From large corporations to small marketing agencies, the impact of a bad boss can have catastrophic consequences to morale, revenue, and customer satisfaction.
This infographic from EOS Worldwide, the creators of the [Entrepreneurial Operating System®], explains the difference between a Great Boss and a Not-So-Great Boss so you can figure out where you fall on the spectrum and take steps to move away from the dark side.