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How A Leader Treat Their Team Said A Lot About Their Character

Four months ago I was standing in line waiting to cash some items I picked up at the supermarket. A manager stopped one of the guys on the floor and said to him, in full view of everyone in the waiting area, “how could you forget the stuff I ask you for, you don’t use your brain.” I felt pretty awful for the guy because the tone the lady use was disgusting, and anyone looking on could see the embarrassed look on his face.

One can clearly conclude that these people are not being mentored or coach to lead. They are not given the necessary training and have absolutely no people skills. I have seen this time and time again, people who are promoted into a leadership position but unfortunately, they have no clue as to what constitutes great leadership.

But do you know what is even more disturbing, many people believe this type of behavior is typical. Typical for their manager to verbally abuse them, normal to work in an environment of distrust and deceit, or to engage in gossip, or to look for self-preservation at the expenses of everything and everyone.

How you see others is linked to how happy, kind-hearted and emotionally stable you are.