Are you a micromanager, a bully or a workaholic? If so, then your flaws as a boss could have a lasting effect on your workers. "An employee with a bad manager compared to an employee with a good [manager] performs at a level that is 20% lower," argues Brian Kropp, managing director at CEB. "The impact from having a bad manager can actually drive down employee performance for up to five years."

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