How to (Nicely) Call Out a Boss Who's Setting a Bad Example

There are bad bosses, there are nightmare bosses, and then there are bosses who are pretty great—except for that one unprofessional habit that is driving you crazy.

Correcting less-than-ideal behavior is easy to comprehend—and fairly typical—when it comes from the top down. But it becomes much more challenging when the roles are reversed—when you’re late getting something to a client because your supervisor is the one who blows through deadlines. Or when he’s constantly late to meetings. Or uses profanity. Or does something else that you could mention in an evaluation with a subordinate, but have no idea how to broach with a superior.

If you’re in that boat, read on for a few tactful ways you can handle the situation—while not overstepping your bounds.

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