What are some theories you associate your boss with? Well, you won't believe what the five leadership myths are UNLESS you read the blog! Richard Gallagher, CEO of Oak Tree Business Systems, Inc., exemplified the most common misconception staff think about their managers. Read the blog and let us know what you think. Maybe you had the same thought process or maybe you thought of something different?
An excerpt from the article: "Some employees confuse fairness with being equal. Bosses are required to be fair in how they treat all employees. If you set a meeting time for 11:00 a.m. and a top performer is always late, you’re not being fair if you only discipline others and not the top performer. Being a top performer doesn’t mean they can ignore your rules.
But leaders shouldn't feel pressured to treat all their employees equally. Top performers can get the highest recognition and consideration for career growth opportunities.