Most people cringe at the thought of working for a bosshole. After all bossholes suck the joy and enthusiasm out of life right? But as usual there is another side to that story. While I would always prefer to work for a great boss and not a knucklehead sometimes that choice is not totally under your control. So if you find yourself temporarily stuck in a situation where you have to work for a bad boss you need to learn to make the best of it.
This video talks about how to make the very best of a bad situation. Instead of withdrawing and disengaging from a bad boss take the time to learn everything you can about how he/she thinks and acts. Find out why they make the decisions that they do. And then file this information away for later use.
You Can Learn The Right Behavior in Two Ways. One is by Emulating Greatness, the Other is by Avoiding BossHole Behavior.
Working With a BossHole Can Help You Understand What Not to Do.
Bad bosses suck the life, energy and enthusiasm out of any team of people. But these BossHoles are made not born. Ordinary people can learn to be great leaders by reading, The BossHole Effect, Three Simple Secrets Anyone Can Follow to Become a Great Boss and Lead a Successful Team. Since 1977 the author, Dr. Greg L. Alston has owned and operated a variety of businesses, worked for hundreds of bosses and supervised thousands of employees. His no nonsense approach and clear informal teaching style will teach you how to Coach others, Command respect, and Create an environment in which your team can thrive.
Leadership is not a personality trait it is a way of acting. Great leaders build great teams. Great teams achieve great things. The call to leadership is a call to action and this action begins when you buy the book, subscribe to the blog or view the YouTube Channel. Use his free tools to Rate Your Boss or Rate Yourself as a Boss.