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The things bosses think but can’t say


Being a leader often means keeping some of your feelings and thoughts to yourself instead of sharing them with your employees, according to Geoffrey James, writing for Inc.com.

The author explores some of the most common thoughts that bosses frequently have but are best left unspoken:

• “I get tired of solving the problems of others.” A key aspect of a leader’s job is helping employees come up with solutions. But every boss sometimes wishes their people could solve certain problems without depending on the leader.

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