The Boss Effect: How Small Gestures Make Big Impressions

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What might be OK for the employee may not be good for the boss. The trivial joke or casual  communication can be inappropriate from a person of authority such as an executive, supervisor or manager, especially if its ill-timed. "Eliminate things like sarcasm because again, you don't want to express anything that might be taken the wrong way," Collier says. You want your staff and those who work under you to take you serious as a leader, so staying away from anything that might hinder that is key.

What might be OK for the employee may not be good for the boss. The…