Sound Advice Bad Leaders Don’t Listen To

The day before I started my new job, my soon to be old boss called me into his office. Without knowing exactly how he felt about me leaving his team to take my own leadership role, I was a little hesitant, to say the least. 

It didn’t take more than a few minutes before we were chopping it up about fond memories and all of the achievements we had accomplished together. It was as if this is exactly what a leader-follower relationship was supposed to be when it was time for the follower to make the leap. 

Being the great boss that he was, he didn’t just let the moment slip by without seizing the moment to offer up a simple piece of advice: “No matter what, don’t forget leadership all comes down to the quality of your one-on-one relationships.”

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