Bull in a China Shop – You Might be a Bad Boss if….

The moment anyone enters management, their ability to get helpful, developmental feedback plummets because of the perceived power they now have. Managers may unconsciously do things that drive down morale and drive up turnover – things they would change if they only knew about these workplace irritants. Individual managers and supervisors are asked to rate themselves on various workplace behaviors that drive employees to transfer to other departments or to leave organizations all together as well as to understand the “unspoken messages” they may be sending to employee groups about their management style. Participants develop a new self-awareness about the things they can change that would increase their effectiveness as a manager as well as dramatically increase job satisfaction within their employee groups.

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