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Do you have what it takes to be a great boss?
It’s not rocket science. But it’s no cakewalk, either.
Would you come to work on a vacation day to make sure that an important project you assigned is going well
Someone who works for you messes up. Will you call that person out publicly
Do you think employees should fear you
After all, you do have power over their futures.
Your own boss unfairly criticizes one of your direct reports. Do you let it go because your boss doesn’t like to be contradicted
When it comes to figuring out how to proceed on a project, do you always know best
You oversaw a successful project. Should you take full credit
You’re paying someone to do a job. Seriously, shouldn’t that be thanks enough
You’ve told your team what you want, but they’re not getting it. Do you assume they just aren’t listening
Work on a vacation day?
Publicly call out?
Employees fear you?
Always know best?
Take full credit?
Share your result:
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