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The Notebook Boss and Why You Should Avoid Working for Them

Expecting staff to take notes studiously during a meeting is a sign of a boss that wants conformists, not thinkers.

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During the course of my career, I’ve had the opportunity to work for various types of bosses — different gender, nationality, industry background and ages. I’ve also…

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