We’ve all had those bosses in our lives that seem to inspire more fear than leadership, more confusion than certainty and (more often than not) a whole lot of extra work. Now think about the best bosses you have had. Can you put your finger on the difference between mentor/leader v.s. tyrant/vampire?
What exactly are the qualities that distinguish good management from bad or just mediocre management?
This article written by Forbes’s Mike Myatt addresses this question in detail, listing the 15 ways to spot a bad apple before your fruit gets mushy. I don’t want to spoil so I’ll just summarize by saying that a good leader is a careful and compassionate sole that understands not only their responsibility to their team, but also their responsibility to facilitate the most fluid and successful workplace possible. Click the link below to get the full scoop on bad bosses.