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One Small Thing You Do that Makes Your Team Think You’re a Bully Boss

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Her team members were seen crying in the bathroom. They wrote a letter of demands, like hostages, to the VP of Human Resources. And she had no idea that she was the problem.

This was 20 years ago and the first time I was asked to tell a Bully Boss that enough was enough.

When I talked to her team, it turned out, as is often the case, that they liked her in general. But it was just one… Read the full article >

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Being Called Bitchy Boss? Strategies to Change Perceptions

90% of the leaders I have coached over the past 20 years are women.There is one reason that some get labeled as bitchy. Learn what it is and 7 strategies to change that negative perception.

No one likes being called a bitch. It’s insulting and demeaning. Worse yet is getting a negative reputation for just doing your job. At work, women leaders sometimes have this problem to the extreme — especially if they do their job very well. Instead of being lauded as a high-achiever or considered for a promotion when they take charge and push people to create… Read the full article >

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Are Bossy Bosses Bad? Secrets from Notable Leaders

All this talk about bossy bosses being bad lately is bogus. Innovative leaders like Steve Jobs, Marissa Mayer, Roger Ailes, Jeff Bezos all have reputations as take no prisoners, brash and sometimes vicious leaders. Disruptive innovators are often bossy. They irk, they irritate, they annoy, they intimidate. They strike fear in the hearts of their employees.

Is this so wrong?

I don’t think so.

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Steve Jobs, the most popular innovator in business today, used “Think Different” as… Read the full article >

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