Consider yourself a good boss

Leaders: seven things a good boss would never do

Düsseldorf Good managers are measured by what they say - and even more so by what they do. But managers are often not aware of how much their own negative behavior can dampen productivity in the team.

The American top executive coach Marshall Goldsmith explains it this way: "Executives and organizations mostly focus on positive goals in order to get ahead."

For example, by saying: “We have to start listening more carefully” - instead of making sure that you don't mess around on your smartphone while others are talking.

One thing is clear: especially in a crisis, both sides are under enormous pressure - bosses and employees. However, some manager quirks can additionally demotivate or even humiliate team members in the current tense situation.

The management experts Ines Thomas and Gudrun Happich have therefore put together the seven worst boss habits - with tips on how to remedy the quirks.

Macke 1: Always want to win

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