Kevin Judge, a management consultant and author of the groundbreaking book, How to Fix a Bad Boss: 8 Ways to End the Trail of Distress in the Workplace and Cultivate a Winning Manager-Employee Relationship, shared a valuable strategy for helping someone who is struggling with leadership role (also known as the big bad boss), which he comprehensibly explained in the Training Insights Podcast with Kevin McGowan.
The Training Insights podcast sponsored by Training Magazine, includes one-on-one interviews with fascinating people in the training/learning and development world. The podcast focuses on training technologies, projects, career paths, and more. Training Insights aim to provide listeners with a unique view into training and knowledge development.
In this episode, Kevin Judge, who is an Ottawa-based certified executive coach, imparted his fascinating experience of having 27 bosses over the last 21 years of his career, and how these experiences laid down the groundwork for his book How to Fix a Bad Boss.
Kevin additionally shared how having a “bad boss” can cause a company to suffer the effects of the overall performance and well-being of the employees.
He remarked, “Bad bosses are not just bad. They are good people who deserved to be helped.”
With a goal in mind of helping build a world in which a vast majority of people and organizations prosper from a winning manager-employee relationship, Kevin shared in his book how to:
- Finally eliminate the trail of financial and interpersonal distress a bad boss creates, without firing that boss.
- Help bad bosses see the damage, alter their behavior, and develop effective strategies to change their approach.
- Create a path to success and greater results for employees, leaders, and the company.
See the good in every bad (boss) and learn How to Fix a Bad Boss by listening to the podcast HERE.
Such an enlightening podcast to achieve a winning workplace relationship! Kudos, Kevin!
Training Insights podcast series is produced by Ottawa-based writer/audio producer Kevin McGowan in partnership with Training magazine and includes one-on-one interviews with fascinating people in the training/learning and development world. The podcasts focus on training technologies, projects, career paths, and more. They aim to provide listeners with a unique view into training and knowledge development. You can visit their website at https://trainingmag.com/podcasts