BY KARRI T. PEREZ
“Terrible leaders breed terrible leaders” is true, as employees tend to follow examples. It’s been said often that “children learn what they live,” and this can be applied to employees in a business. Younger leaders may erroneously believe that a leadership style is effective because it is accepted by an organization.
Much has been said about the habits or behaviors of good leaders, but generally little is out there about what makes for a bad or ineffective leader. Every manager has a bad day, but when the bad day becomes every . . .
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