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Types of bosses we’d love to have

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Bosses are often the most common reason for us to either love or leave our job. Have a good boss or not can make or break one’s career. In simpler terms, bosses are the threads that connect us to our workplace and help us weave our professional growth. This Boss Day, let’s take a look at the most lovable types of bosses that everyone would like to have.

Mentor Boss: Bosses that guide the team and help them grow as an individual. This type of a boss is a boon to have, especially in the early years of one’s career. They do not feel insecure about the growth of their team and believe in enabling their employees.

Team First: A boss who puts his team first and knows how to strike a balance between the needs of his employees and clients/ company. These bosses are always willing to communicate clearly about any issues regarding an employee or the company because they understand that a happy employee is a more productive employee.

Leads by example: This boss has no qualms about getting their hands dirty with the day to day work. They join their team with full force and work with them to complete tasks. They know every aspect of their functional area and set examples that their employees would love to follow!

Realistic risk taker: Great bosses understand the reality and are ready take an unpopular stand if it is in favor of their employees. They do not get carried away in the wake and think realistically about their team and organizational goals. They not only help their team set, but also achieves goals that are beneficial for both, employees, as well as the company.

Look beyond excel sheets: Anyone can meet the target numbers given in excel sheets. What distinguishes a great boss is that they look at the larger picture. They work with the team to help them achieve their personal goals in sync with the larger organizational objectives. They help the employees bond well with the company and look at things from a wider perspective.

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