A recent editorial in the Washington Post takes a look at workplace expert advice and applies it to the role of U.S. President. Michelle Singletary writes:
In writing for the Harvard Business Review, Sherry Moss, a professor of organizational studies at Wake Forest University’s School of Business, said bully bosses can cause “psychological distress, job dissatisfaction, and emotional exhaustion. It’s also been linked to counterproductive behaviors, from the organizational to the interpersonal. For instance, in organizations where bullying occurs, employees may arrive late, intentionally slow down the work itself, or not follow the boss’s instructions.”
Read the full story at The Washington Post.