As a subordinate in the workplace food chain, most employees are trained to look up to their bosses as the know-it-all gods many of them appear to be.
What many employees do not realize is that, just because they were promoted and have the responsibility of managing people, it does not automatically make them good.
The definition of a great boss has changed drastically over time. Previously, a boss who provided satisfactory results and simply maintained a workforce was considered a good boss. Today, managers are scrutinized on how they treat their employees, the type of office atmosphere they maintain, and how often they provide feedback among other qualities.
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