The hidden cost of being a dumb boss

07/5/2012 | Driving Results Through Culture blog

Leaders who make dumb mistakes aren't just hurting themselves -- they're hurting employee performance, writes S. Chris Edmonds. Poor management decisions tend to demotivate people, and dumb approaches to personal relations can make it impossible to get workers back on track. "Leadership stupidity carries a big cost," Edmonds warns.

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