We’ve all worked under a terrible boss. Someone who intimidates, is rude and angry or just generally unpleasant. But have you ever taken the time to think what kind of boss you may be? Do you push people to achieve their best, or push people to their wits’ end?
According to a study published in May 2017 by a group of American professors, you’re much more likely to produce results with a kinder approach to leadership than snappy. Managing employees with pressuring tactics resulted in a staggering over 90% increase in the predicted turnover of employees. Clearly this isn’t producing the desired effects.
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