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[FLR] | Sad But True Terrible Boss Stories

If you’ve been reading my newsletter consistently you’ll remember that on April 1st this year we ran an April Fool’s #BossAwarenessDay campaign which you can read more about on my blog. For those who didn’t read it the premise was simple: I go public about my flaws as a boss using our Boss Awareness Tool (download the tool – PDF) and invite other bosses to do the same. By sharing their stories as a bad boss they can win leadership coaching.

 

The campaign  worked because it contained the key truth that bosses aren’t always perfect. The response we received from that campaign was incredible. It struck a cord with bosses who wanted to be better at their job.
 
Because of the foundation of truth on which our April Fool’s Day was built we’ve decided to really give bosses the opportunity to receive leadership coaching.
 
In what ways have you not been the perfect boss? Share your story on social media @CareerJoy with #BossAwarenessDay and you’ll have a chance to win a Leadership Development Programvalued at $1850. Our contest will close Tuesday April 10th at midnight.

 

 

Leading, along the road with you!
 
Alan
 
P.S. You’re a certified career and leadership coach who is smart and cares about the work you do. We are a growing boutique firm with a national practice. It sounds like a perfect match to me. Learn more about how our coaching team is growing and see if you could be the next perfect fit.
 
P.P.S. You might be asking yourself, “What are my options for training and professional development within the Public Service? Am I in the right kind of role within the Public Service? How do I leverage my previous experience to move toward more senior levels?” Register to join our lunch and learn webinar for federal public service employees on April 24 to understand better how we can help you take control over your public service career.