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%2Fblackboard%2Fexecute%2Flauncher%3Ftype%3DCourse%26id%3D_99768_1%26url%3D Bad Bosses: What Kind are You? By Jeff Schmitt | BusinessWeek – Tue, Jan 26, 2010 3:00 AM EST http://finance.yahoo.com/_xhr/social/share/?url=http%3A%2F Email Print Time to Face Your Reports The day of reckoning has arrived. Your leadership skills need an overhaul, and I've detailed why in the following slides. Any of these shortcomings sound familiar? 1. Don't Know Your Job Illustration by David Foster You're the invisible man, the one who doesn't delve into the details or pitch in. You insulate yourself, telling us it's "not my job" and to "just do it." We know your dirty secret: You're out of touch. It's time to step away from your precious spreadsheets and get your hands dirty. You can't channel talent, time, and tools if you don't know how they're already being deployed. More from BusinessWeek.com : A Frank Talk With You, Boss Twenty Inspirational Leaders 10 Things Not to Say When Firing an Employee 2. Don't Listen
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Illustration by David Foster We've seen it all. You fiddle with your BlackBerry ( RIMM ) when we're speaking. You interrupt constantly to make your points. And you roll your eyes and grow impatient—unless you're talking. No matter, you
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