CEOs don't have to be sadists

12/9/2010 | Forbes

Too many bosses seem to believe that the best way to motivate their workers is to scream, shout and generally make them suffer, writes Davia Temin. A gentler touch can be a better way to inspire loyalty and improve productivity. "Kindness -- once people realize that it does not mean being a pushover -- can be a profoundly motivating force," Temin writes.

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