We’d venture to say that very few people got into the construction business because they expressly wanted to manage people. However, the fact is that as you elevate your career and get nearer the top of your company’s org chart, you will be more and more managing people and less and less managing tasks. But how much of your training in college and since has centered around managing people? Don’t most of us know what little we know by having watched our bosses manage people over time? What constitutes a good boss? And what makes for a poor one?

Tune in this week as Wayne discusses six things good bosses DON’T DO. We’d like to hear from you. What have you observed from your past bosses that made them either good or bad? Please share with us in the comments.

We are more than half full for the last Contractor Business Boot Camp class of 2023. The class starts on Nov 9 in Raleigh. If you haven’t yet enrolled your rising NextGen leaders to this program, do it NOW! Please contact Charlotte at ckopp@familybusinessinstitute.com for more information.