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Bosses who yell, micromanage and threaten their way to the top, often at the expense of miserable underlings are all too common in today's workplaces.
But the Tony Sopranos and Darth Vaders of popular culture are not the most effective CEOs in the real world, according to a new study from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University.
The best bosses are humble bosses, those who empower and appreciate their employees, are open to feedback and care about the greater good, according to the research published in Administrative Science Quarterly.
"Humility is not weakness," Angelo Kinicki, a professor of W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, said Tuesday during a phone interview.
"Humility has its effects across levels of an organization in an empowered, uplifting way. You can't browbeat people into performance."
The research comes from Kinicki, Anne Tsui and David Waldman of the W.P Carey School, Amy Ou of the National University of Singapore, Zhixing Xiao of George Washington University, and Lynda Jiwen Song of the Renmin University of China.
They interviewed the CEOs of 63 private companies in China and about 1,000 of the managers who work with them.
What they found is that humble bosses are strong bosses.
Traditionally, bombastic, self-assured, egocentric people are often thought to be the best leaders, Kinicki said.
"There's a stereotype that humble people are weak people, and I've never agreed with that," Kinicki said.
"Humble people are quieter, more in the background, but they lead in a different way, by empowering their employees, which trickles down," Kinicki said.
He said the qualities of a humble boss include:
• Self awareness.
•.Openness to feedback.
• Appreciation of others.
• Low self-focus.
• Appreciation of the greater good.
The qualities of CEOs with less humility include:
• More self-focus.
• Concern over their self gain, as opposed to helping the team.
• More controlling.
• Unilateral decision making.
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1. They don't care who makes more money
2. They share at least one hobby
3. They're cool with spending time apart
4. They figure out the best ways to split up chores
5. They have sex, even if they aren't raring to go
6. They touch each other every day
7. They have a video game strategy
8. They respect one another's fighting styles
9. They want to be healthy
10. They forego or limit their social media
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Reference list of WQMX Country Concerts 2014
The Band Perry July 31st@ Medina County Fair
Rascal Flatts August 1 @ Blossom
Luke BryanAugust 21 @ Blossom
Luke Bryan August 22@ Blossom
Jo Dee Messina August 29 @ Rocksino
Thompson Square Sept 5 @ Rocksino
Scotty McCreary Sept 8th @ Wayne County Fair
Chris Cagle Sept 9th @ Wayne County Fair
Dierks BentleySeptember 26 @ Blossom
Eric Church October 10 @ The Q
Frankie Ballard Oct 30th House of Blues
David Nail November 13th @ House of Blues
Jerrod Neimann November 14 @ House of Blues
Kip Moore November 29th @ Palace Playhouse Square
According to Redbook, here are some foods that skinny people eat every day
Chocolate – A study found that people who eat chocolate regularly are actually slimmer than people who didn’t enjoy it as often. This is because depriving yourself of something you enjoy causes you to overeat later.
Almond butter – It’s high-protein, high-fiber, and contains “healthy” fat.
Cottage cheese – It’s the most filling type of cheese out there and has lots of protein and calcium.
Avocados – Avocados actually suppress appetite because they take up to six hours to fully digest.
Pickles – They’re great for snacking on because they’re crunchy and salty … but have very few calories.
Water – It’s a no-brainer, but water fills you up so that you eat less. And drinking it cold may even help speed up your resting metabolism.
Other foods: artichokes, rasberries and spinach
Complete article: http://www.redbookmag.com/health-wellness/advice/what-skinny-people-eat?click=pp#slide-1