Good bosses don't gossip

09/1/2011 | N2Growth.com

Workplace gossip is hard to avoid, but successful leaders don't participate in or encourage it, writes Mike Myatt. Gossip is toxic to morale and relationships, and ultimately it erodes leaders' credibility. "Allowing gossip in the workplace is like encouraging your employees to swim with sharks," Myatt writes.

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