I used to be one of those disengaged reps, you’re talking about.” We were all a bit shocked by Mike’s response. After all this was a recognition focus group for the top reps in this enormous call center. Several of whom were on the short-list to become team leaders. I smiled gently, my eyes pleading for this brave, young rep to continue. My team leader was just terrible. The rest of the high potential
Ideally your boss is interested, eager to remove roadblocks, asking provocative questions, and helping build your career. That’s the leader I wish for you, and want you to be. But, with 71% of workers disengaged, chances are one day or another you’ll work for a disengaged boss.
5 Benefits of a Disengaged Boss
On the surface it sucks. Your team’s killing themselves and your boss is just not