They will pass on credit where it's due and not covet praise that's rightfully others. They will be flexible enough, and possess the maturity to also do the legwork when required. On the other hand, if credit is regularly misassigned, a sort of organizational cancer emerges, and individuals and teams won't feel the drive to deliver their best because they won't trust anyone will recognize it if they do," Sachin H Jain, Chief Medical Information and Innovation Officer at Merck and physician at the Boston VA Medical Center, writes in Harvard Business Review.
Unbosses will be fair and will find it easy to level the playing field, an unlikely trait in regular bosses. By treating everyone the same, they will gain the benefit of a bouquet of strengths by nurturing positive traits and skills in each individual member of their team.
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In its most blatant forms, favoritism can manifest in the unfair bestowing of promotions or bonuses. However, it is equally important to watch out for more subtle indications of favoritism that can be just as frustrating to employees and detrimental to company culture. Managers who have fallen into the trap of favoritism may also overlook or excuse lesser quality of work or spend personal time with select employees, while excluding others.
A Closer Look at the “Unboss”
Unbosses will have the ability to look beyond business to focus on the overall growth of their team members. They will create an environment of learning and encourage their team to experiment. They will set benchmarks for each individual member to assess their own career growth. In conclusion, a good boss is not a boss at all. He or she is a leader who understands, not just the business, but life itself. However, the probability of having an unboss is rather thin, and that causes a failure in the system.
But unbosses have courage, the most critical trait above all traits that makes one an unboss.
Courage to call a spade a spade , and the guts to stand by what is right is the hallmark of a leader. And therefore, in the present times with sheep wearing wolf's clothing, unbosses are indeed hard to come by.
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Unboss by Lars Kolind
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To ask other readers questions about Unboss , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Feb 26, Janne rated it liked it. Og det virker rigtigt set at fremtidens virksomhed er meget mindre Taylor og meget mere Clay Shirky. Det virker som grundlaget for bogens postulat om at fremtiden er unbosset. Feb 22, Frank Calberg rated it it was amazing. Learning about how we can unboss the way we work, I found out that these 3 initiatives are useful: Find out what your purpose is.
In chapter 5 of the book, I read about the importance of purpose. Here are some questions as well as examples that can help you find out what your purpose is: Share information with others, not least on social media. In chapter 3, at location , I read that wh Learning about how we can unboss the way we work, I found out that these 3 initiatives are useful: In chapter 3, at location , I read that where the boss is a person who keeps information secret, the unboss is someone who shares information and thereby involves other people.
5 signs that you might be an ‘unboss’
Use Internet platforms to organize. In chapter 7 as well as in chapter 4, at location , I learned that when you unboss an organization, its social network becomes the primary organizational structure. A new type of company emerges - one that focuses on using technology to forge connections between employees, suppliers, customers, and other stakeholders who all share an interest to work for what the purpose is. Doing research about how we can change the way we organize in order to create much more value for many more people, I found out this: I believe in the main message of this book - that the work has to be meaningful, that purposes comes before profit.
And that we are on a shift where old management paradigms are still strong in the minds of dinosaurs, but generally those who are on top of the game live by completely different set of rules and with a different, unbossed mindset. It explains perfectly how I feel about business as usual so it's easy to give a high rating. Trying to add objectivity, I missed some depth and if I hadn' I believe in the main message of this book - that the work has to be meaningful, that purposes comes before profit.
Trying to add objectivity, I missed some depth and if I hadn't assigned myself this book as part of one project, I would have much more trouble reading it. A brilliant book on how to rethink the business world Highly recommended.