When you have a disliked management member in your organization, it’s complicated.
Maybe you’ve known for a while that person isn’t a strong boss, but you kept him or her on your team because of a particular skillset. Or perhaps you run a family owned business, and the person is a relative.
For many reasons, having a bad leader is an issue that can be difficult to address when you first learn about it from employees.
But sometimes this situation rises to a level where you realize you must take action – the cost of allowing it to continue