Although there are several business leadership styles, they typically fall into two basic categories: Leaders and bosses. Leaders generate a vision and roadmap for their employees that support the company’s goals, while bosses generally consider themselves supervisors or people managers. Most human resources professionals agree that employees are more likely to gravitate toward, or be inspired by, leaders who focus on the big picture and allow their staff to identify and execute the best strategies for fulfilling that vision.
How do managers determine whether or not they are simply a boss or a true leader? Continue Reading