Some managers turn every problem into a three-alarm fire, which can be stressful and ineffective. How do you know if a manager (or you) is a “pyromaniac”? Fortune Small Business offers this quiz:
- Are most of your e-mails labeled “urgent”?
- Have you left more than three voice mails to a person on the same issue in one hour?
- Do you make employees stay late on issues that just came up as they were leaving for the day?
- Do co-workers screen your calls?
Any “yes” answers could signal a problem.
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