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The Difference Between A Boss And A Leader

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There is a huge difference between a boss and a leader. I’d much rather be working for a leader any day.

I’ve been fortunate enough to have worked with both, and it’s amazing what working with someone that you respect and more importantly, respects you, does to boost employee engagement.

Officevibe has compiled a list of differences between a boss and a leader.

You can read the entire article on our blog:
https://www.officevibe.com/blog/difference-between-a-boss-and-a-leader-infographic

Download our free eBook:
https://www.officevibe.com/resources/10-pillars-employee-engagement

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https://twitter.com/Officevibe

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The Difference Between A Boss And A Leader

  1. 1. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BOSS VS. LEADER
  2. 2. BOSS LEADER VS. IMPERSONAL COMPASSIONATE
  3. 3. VS. SAYS “WE” SAYS “i”
  4. 4. VS. USES PEOPLE DEVELOPS PEOPLE
  5. 5. Read the Guide GET THIS FREE GUIDE Wait! Before you forget… TO LEARN HOW TO BECOME A BETTER LEADER
  6. 6. VS. INSPIRES FEAR EARNS RESPECT
  7. 7. VS. TAKES CREDIT GIVES CREDIT
  8. 8. VS. DELEGATESMICROMANAGES
  9. 9. VS. SAYS “LET’S GO!” SAYS “GO”.
  10. 10. Read the Guide GET THIS FREE GUIDE Wait! Before you forget… TO LEARN HOW TO BECOME A BETTER LEADER
  11. 11. THINKS SHORT TERM THINKS LONG TERM VS.
  12. 12. VS. IS YOUR “BOSS” IS YOUR “COLLEAGUE”
  13. 13. VS. FOCUSED ON PROCESS FOCUSED ON PEOPLE
  14. 14. Curious about the first step to take to be a better leader?
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There is a huge difference between a boss and a leader. I’d much rather be working for a leader any day. I’ve been fortunate enough to have worked with both, and it’s amazing what working with someone that you respect and more importantly, respects you, does to boost employee engagement. Officevibe has compiled a list of differences between a boss and a leader. You can read the entire article on our blog: https://www.officevibe.com/blog/difference-between-a-boss-and-a-leader-infographic Download our free eBook: https://www.officevibe.com/resources/10-pillars-employee-engagement Share your thoughts on Twitter ! https://twitter.com/Officevibe Design by éloïtsmi https://www.behance.net/eloitsmi

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