There Are Five Types of Bad Bosses to Avoid — and Mark Zuckerberg Fits Three of Them, Says Harvard Expert


The best bosses in business today can move mountains thanks to their authenticity and character—the worst are motivated chiefly by the need to feed their own egos.

In his book True North: Leading Authentically in Today’s Workplace, Emerging Leader Edition, Harvard Business School fellow Bill George sets out the five archetypal executives exemplifying these damaging traits.

The key to a thriving business staffed with a motivated, productive workforce is to avoid promoting imposters, rationalizers, glory seekers, loners, or shooting stars.

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