Bosses who still believe that being oppressive is the way to get the best productivity out of employees are from the "Neanderthal school of management," Kathleen Brush writes. Bosses need to be trained to be "powerfully positive managers" who can boost morale and productivity, she writes. "[M]ost managers underestimate the skills required to be a respected leader. This is the reason there are so many bosses making employees miserable," she writes.
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