Bad Bosses – they are real and everywhere, and chances are you’ve already had at least one. Feel “seen” on our Summer Edition of the all-new Seasons Leadership Podcast as Co-Hosts and Co-Founders Susan Ireland and Debbie Collard share relatable stories and strategies on how to deal with this common workplace issue.
(0:56) Debbie and Susan introduce the topic of Bad Bosses and the proliferation of this problem.
How do you know you have a Bad Boss? (2:50)
Susan and Debbie share different characteristics they have encountered in bad bosses. The leaders talk about micromanaging killing creativity and the role of providing actionable feedback.
What is a Good Boss? (5:30)
The leaders contrast what it means to be a good boss.
Show break (6:50) – Learn about professional coaching with Seasons Leadership
What can you do about a Bad Boss? (8:27)
Susan’s advice is to give grace and have flexibility. Debbie talks about doing what you can control and identifying what choice you have in the situation. Debbie and Susan share stories and what they learned from having Bad Bosses.
Always remember the impact bosses have on others (13:55)
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