Bad Leaders are the bain of every career. If you are in the workforce long enough, it is all but certain that you will encounter a poor leader at some point (or many points) of your career.
In the attached article (below) is a summary of the ten traits of bad leaders, and ten things that each of us can do to address situations where poor leadership is present.
It is important to understand that each difficulty is also an opportunity. Working for a poor leader provides a contrast to ensure that you never become a poor leader yourself. Being put under a microscope pushes you to perform at a level that is unmatched by your peers, and will cause you to shine when viewed under an unbiased lens.
10 things that we hate about bad ‘leaders’ | LinkedIn.
Traditional career advice stresses the importance of networking. It is most certainly true that networking matters, but it is also true that some people do not naturally gravitate toward the extrovert focused networking culture. For these people, there are some subtle changes in their approach to networking that can yield exceptional results.
10 Tips For People Who Hate Networking | CAREEREALISM – http://www.careerealism.com/hate-networking-tips/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=pulsenews#!Yh6GY
Many veterans have experienced difficulty working their way back into civilian careers. One of the things that are important for them to do is leverage their strengths developed during their service to look for gainful employment.
5 Job Options For Military Veterans – http://pulse.me/s/1s7O9N
In the current environment, job interviews have become highly important. One of the things that you do in an interview with the questions you ask is signal your level of thoughtfulness and insight.
5 Things To Ask In A Job Interview – http://pulse.me/s/8m9dK
Competent financial advice is highly important. It is especially important for people such as caregivers who typically do not immediately think of seeking professional financial advice.
Why Caregivers Should Enlist A Financial Advisor – http://pulse.me/s/1nptRc