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by Sami Akseli on June 20, 2017

What is the worst leadership experience you have ever had?


It is ok to admit it. We’ve all been there, at least almost all of us. And the longer you’ve been in the game the greater the changes that you’ve been there more than once. It’s a pain to work under a bad management. But what is it that separates the bad boss from an average or a good one?

Employees and bosses comes in many shapes and sizes and workplaces try to match them to the best of their ability. Sometimes there is an excellent match and sometimes…. well, less so. And surely there is no one size that would fit all, but what are the traits that make the boss bad? We are now searching for the worst leadership mistakes you have experienced – either you have done them by yourself, you’ve witnessed it to happen to someone or you’ve experienced it firsthand.

Take one minute to give your insight of the worst leadership experience you’ve had in our co-creation arena. We promise that it won’t take more than one minute, you will feel better once you’ve seen what the others have experienced and most importantly you help others to develop their leadership skills as they know what not to do. After all, no employee deserves a bad boss.

Sami Akseli

Guest blogger: Sami is on a mission to build the ultimate customer experience. Designing things that take you by surprise and put a smile on your face makes him smile too. Sami gets kicks out of trying and learning new things. He is seasoned marketing professional with extensive experience in B2B marketing, customer experience design and marketing automation.