8 bad habits that bug your team

If you're a manager and want to be respected by your employees, then don't micromanage, ignore those who cause problems or come to work in a bad mood. "Make a mental choice the moment you wake up in the morning to be a positive influence on your staff members," says Rhonda Savage, a consultant.

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