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12Characteristics of a
HORRIBLE
BOSSWORST
BOSS
CONTROL
They need control over
everything and have
a problem giving that
control up.
1.
INDECISIVE
Good leaders need to be able to
make decisions quickly.
Indecisiveness is weak.
2.
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LEADERSHIP
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STUBBORN
When they think that they
are always right, no matter
what, it is bad for business.
3.
RESISTANT
Resistant to change, and
they fail to understand that
change is good.
4.
MICROMANAGE
They micromanage every little task, ruining
their employees personal growth.
5.
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YOUR EMPLOYEES
FEAR
They lead by fear, and think
that it is an effective way to
manage.
6.
VISIONLESS
Being visionless will take
you nowhere. The best
leaders have a clear vision
and think long term.
7.
FAVORITISM
Playing favourites will
demoralize the rest
of the team.
8.
ARROGANCE
It’s one of the ugliest
personality traits. No one
wants to hear you brag.
9.
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LEADER
ANGRY
Walking around the office
angry all the time only spread
negativity among the team.
10.
BLAME
The worst leaders take all
of the credit, and blame other
employees for mistakes.
11.
EMOTION
They make decisions based
on emotion instead of data.
12.
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We all have worked a job where the manager was absolutely dreadful. The type of boss that makes your job unbearable to a point where you feel like walking out during any given moment.

Unfortunately, there are a lot of horrible bosses out there and they can make even the funnest of jobs seem frightful.

You can read the full article at:
http://www.officevibe.com/blog/horrible-boss-infographic?

You can download our free book about employee engagement:
http://www.officevibe.com/resources/10-pillars-employee-engagement?

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12 Characteristics of A Horrible Boss

  1. 12Characteristics of a HORRIBLE BOSSWORST BOSS
  2. CONTROL They need control over everything and have a problem giving that control up. 1.
  3. INDECISIVE Good leaders need to be able to make decisions quickly. Indecisiveness is weak. 2.
  4. Read the Guide WITH THIS FREE GUIDE ABOUT Wait! Before you forget… LEARN HOW TO MOTIVATE LEADERSHIP YOUR EMPLOYEES
  5. STUBBORN When they think that they are always right, no matter what, it is bad for business. 3.
  6. RESISTANT Resistant to change, and they fail to understand that change is good. 4.
  7. MICROMANAGE They micromanage every little task, ruining their employees personal growth. 5.
  8. With our free book about employee engagement! LEARN HOW TO MOTIVATE GET THE FREE BOOK YOUR EMPLOYEES
  9. FEAR They lead by fear, and think that it is an effective way to manage. 6.
  10. VISIONLESS Being visionless will take you nowhere. The best leaders have a clear vision and think long term. 7.
  11. FAVORITISM Playing favourites will demoralize the rest of the team. 8.
  12. ARROGANCE It’s one of the ugliest personality traits. No one wants to hear you brag. 9.
  13. Get the Guide WITH OUR FREE LEADERSHIP GUIDE LEARN HOW TO BE A GREAT LEADER
  14. ANGRY Walking around the office angry all the time only spread negativity among the team. 10.
  15. BLAME The worst leaders take all of the credit, and blame other employees for mistakes. 11.
  16. EMOTION They make decisions based on emotion instead of data. 12.
  17. Learn how to improve employee engagement in our latest book 
 “The 10 Essential Pillars Of Employee Engagement”: GET THE FREE BOOK LEARN HOW TO BE A GREAT BOSS
  18. Learn how to be a
 BETTER BOSS View the State of Employee Engagement, a real-time report with tons of helpful tips for managers to engage their teams. See The Live Report
  19. Curious about the first step to take to be a better leader?
 Try Officevibe now and start inspiring your employees! Visit officevibe.com
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We all have worked a job where the manager was absolutely dreadful. The type of boss that makes your job unbearable to a point where you feel like walking out during any given moment. Unfortunately, there are a lot of horrible bosses out there and they can make even the funnest of jobs seem frightful. You can read the full article at: http://www.officevibe.com/blog/horrible-boss-infographic? You can download our free book about employee engagement: http://www.officevibe.com/resources/10-pillars-employee-engagement?

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