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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?

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    • Work on a vacation day?
      yes
      no
    • Publicly call out?
      yes
      no
    • Employees fear you?
      yes
      no
    • Unfairly criticizes?
      yes
      no
    • Always know best?
      yes
      no
    • Take full credit?
      yes
      no
    • Thanks enough?
      yes
      no
    • Not listening?
      yes
      no
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