No one sets out to become a bad boss. Yet, slowly but surely, it’s easy to become the bad manager we all dread.
This is a great list and it’s a refreshing perspective that you should examine if, after coming up to speed as a manager, you are becoming jaded in your role. I would have little to add to this strong list which includes:
– assuming employees will come to you with their problems
– assuming employees should know certain things already
The only other thing I’d add is to guard against assuming employees will be static performers in time or that their values will stay stable instead of them wanting to transition as confidence builds, family obligations change etc.