What makes a good boss “good” and a bad boss “bad”


    Hour 2

    According to organizational psychologist ROBERT SUTTON a good boss is someone who “promotes both performance and humanity, and strikes a healthy balance between the two when trade-offs are necessary.”  In his new book, Good Boss, Bad Boss, Sutton combines research and anecdotes to delve into the minds,  motives and leadership styles of the best (and worst) bosses.  Sutton is a professor of management at Stanford.

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