Before the question, you may note if you click through to the link that it’s at a new site. Yes, I’ve landed at Inc.com. I’m thrilled. (I didn’t leave MoneyWatch, just added a new client.)
Inc.com focuses on the management side of small business, whereas MoneyWatch will continue to focus on the employee side.
Dear Evil HR Lady,
As an employee, I noticed that bosses tend to be highly irritable, unforgiving, and quite volatile at times. I’ve had my fair share of being blown up at for missing a deadline by 5 minutes. But now that I’m running my own company and have my own employees, I understand how someone missing a deadline can start to affect the productivity, effectiveness, and even reputation of the entire company.
However, I have yet to berate someone in public or blast them in an email for making me look bad. Is that what I have to look forward to: turning into an evil, hate-mail sending grouch? How can I avoid this and still get the work done on time?
–Not a Grouch
To read the answer click here: Now that I’m the boss, do I have to turn evil?