13 Worst Traits Of A Manager (And Their Impact On Leadership)
Good managers constantly have to balance several different elements at once. The best managers are empathetic, yet stern and know how to be organized without micromanaging, among other things. It’s certainly not easy to balance it all, and the people and processes a manager deals with on a daily basis require regular evaluation and adjustment.
On the other hand, poor managers have a lack of understanding about the delicate balance of aspects that go into leading a team fruitfully. Some of the worst managers have toxic traits that can put a damper on the morale of an entire team, and even bring the business down. Below, 13 members from Forbes Business Council share the worst traits a manager can have and how they impact their leadership and relationships.
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