Are You a Good BossAs an Executive Coach for K.Coaching, Inc. , I see a variety of leadership and management styles and the clear difference between what could be called a “good boss” vs. “bad boss”. I wanted to summarize a few simple rules along with suggestions that you can easily implement:

1. Be approachable and accessible. Try walking around the office, engaging with your employees, have direct eye contact, open body language and a pleasant demeanor.

2. Be mentally present, practice being an “active listener.” Give your employees the time and attention they deserve. The next time they come into your office, ask them to have a seat, and then turn away from your