Good Boss Vs Bad Boss

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Lindsey Augustine APLAC- 1st Block 2/1/2018 Mrs. Kieren I Quit Everyone knows how important it is to have favorable conditions at the workplace. Starting from trivial things such as air conditioners or coolers with fresh water, and ending up with flexible schedules and good relationships with colleagues. All of these components, impact employees’ productivity and quality of work. In this regard, one of the most important factors is the manager, or the boss, who directs the working process. It is not a secret that managers are often in a category of people difficult to deal with: many of them are demanding, tyrannic,and prone to shifting their responsibilities to other workers. At the same time, there are many managers who not only maintain…show more content…
Such a person is supportive and understands the real strong professional traits of each of his or her subordinate,They listen to what staff have to say, not only listens, but actually cares about implementing good ideas, They encourage personal interaction, and cares not just about the work completed but also about the team in general. “Bad” bosses may be highly competent in the latest theories regarding their field of work, but it is the skill to manage personnel, to inspire rather than to enforce, which makes yet another difference between the good and the bad boss. Even though it is important for a manager to care about the tasks his or her team must accomplish, a good manager will always consider the capabilities and skills of his or her team first. Instead of blatantly demanding results without regarding how people in the team feel. This does not mean that a good boss is one who is nice and tender to his or her subordinates, and a bad boss is one who demands too much from them. In fact, a “good” boss can possess all the traits of a “bad” one: he or she can criticize, yell, or force people to do a lot of work within a short period of time. However, it is the sense of limits that makes the…show more content…
Unfortunately, not all managers know how to treat their personnel correctly. There are traits that indicate a bad boss with almost one-hundred percent accuracy: such bosses often treat their subordinates as personal attendants, are demanding, pushy, and offensive. They may let their negative traits of character loose, turning the life of regular employees into psychological depression. On the contrary, good bosses treat their subordinates with respect, consider their emotions and professional capabilities. They care about teamwork,and try to inspire employees instead of forcing them to do something. Even when they need to be pushy and harsh, such bosses always know when to
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