Of course, there are other types–
bureaucrat, self centred and so on.
politician, It seems the fundamental problem is that we spend far too much time analysing bosses and looking for faults. Rarely do we objectively analyse issues rather than the person. Bosses, most of the time, have bosses too. If not a direct boss they are affected by policies, environment, changes, family (in family owned businesses) and so on. People enjoy authority but do not always enjoy the responsibilities so mismatches occur. 1. Look into ourselves and at the environment
(in which our work happens). Being in touch with ourselves is the first step to being a good boss. Think of all the people you would like to be in touch with and why something special in them. For those who have just joined jobs, think of college and school teachers. People keep in touch for years with some of their bosses – this only happens when bosses turn out to be leaders. Please enjoy being your own BOSS – the rest will happen.
Bosses are not forever, leaders are.