By Ben Lichtenwalner via modernservantleader.com Article
Bad Boss vs. Good Leader Image
“1. Role of the Team: The Bad Boss expects the team to serve them. The Good Leader serves the team.
2. Command vs. Participate: Bad Bosses command others to do what they are no longer willing to do themselves. Good Leaders never ask from the team, what they are unwilling to do themselves.
3. Role of the Mission: Bad Bosses sit on top of the mission. They use the mission to promote themselves. In contrast, Good Leaders focus on the mission for the mission’s sake.
4. Expectations of Self: Bad Bosses expect to reap rewards from the hard work that got them to their position. The Good Leader understands the workload only increases as they progress.”