Crystal Spraggins, SPHR
If you’re a manager, even a good one, chances are you have a bad habit or two your employees would like you to break. And if you’re a good manager, your staff would never approach you directly about these bad habits, because your positive qualities outweigh these annoyances, and they know that.
Still, a bad habit is a bad habit. If you want to be a better-than-good boss, here are a few behaviors to avoid.