Many workers can attest to having to deal with a stern boss and typically, stern but fair leadership garners positive results from staff, who know where they stand and know what is expected of them.
Others respond better to more amiable leadership, under which the division of power doesn’t feel so starkly weighted on the shoulders of one leader. Some employees can even deal with a leader with little people skills, yet a vast resource of knowledge to draw upon – yet the one leader that is simply unsustainable for the vast majority of workers is an irrational boss.
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