Should bosses try to emulate Christine Quinn?

New York City Council speaker and mayoral hopeful Christine Quinn has an idiosyncratic leadership style that involves hurling invective at those around her, threatening to mutilate opponents and yelling so loudly that subordinates were forced to soundproof her office to avoid scaring visitors. Quinn says her robust approach is an effective strategy for breaking through red tape and getting things done, but some leadership experts say such a management style is abusive and counterproductive, regardless of the leader.

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