7 Tips to Turn Bad Bosses into Inspiring Leaders

Many people go to work, put in their time, and clock out. There’s no interest in what’s going on. They just want a pay check. This lack of engagement can often be attributed to how people feel about their immediate supervisor. According to this article, bosses who have good rapport with their staff and think of themselves as a coach, rather than a dictator or final decision-maker, will engender employee trust and cooperation. The author offers tips to help managers become leaders who inspired their team to give their best efforts.