Jabu is a high-level administrator at a university.He changes his mind so frequently that his staff often cannot figure out what they should be doing.When he says no to an

Jabu is a high-level administrator at a university.He changes his mind so frequently that his staff often cannot figure out what they should be doing.When he says no to an employee request, he offers no explanation beyond ‘Because I said so, that’s why!’ He was a great head of the college, but has not done as well since moving up in the administration.This scenario illustrates three patterns associated with being a ‘bad boss’, all of which are listed below.Which one represents the additional pattern of being a ‘bad boss’ (that is, one which is not explicitly referred to in the scenario)?
A)promotion beyond competence level
B)failure to build a team
C)poor interpersonal skills that create conflict between him and staff
D)undermining the employees’ ability to work together


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