How can you tell if a VERY Strict Teacher, Coach or Boss goes too far with the students/employees? ?
I understand many people are very mean looking and 100% intimidating but I will call a professor or boss one of the best as long as they give you what they deserve and some transparency with your progress. Even if it's brutal to hear they care for your improvement even if you never see them smile. However sometimes I hear people say, he's too much or "Why is he even here?" I'm just wondering when is it a Very strict person has crossed the line.
- PearlLv 72 months ago
when they act like theyre going too far
- ObserverLv 72 months ago
There is no requirement that an instructor, coach or boss smiles. One of the best people I ever worked for never smiled, but he was fair and although strict he was not unkind. People seem to think that smiles are a requirement or that being cheerful every day is a necessity - GROW UP IT ISN'T. If this person treats everyone in a similar manner he has not crossed the line.
- LiverGirl98Lv 72 months ago
There is not a one size fits all scenario. People have different managerial styles, teaching styles, coaching styles and employees/students/athletes will respond differently. Crossing a line is subjective, but in general terms an employee, teacher or coach may be seen as violating the boundaries through demeaning, bullying, brutal behavior towards a specific individual.
- choko_canyonLv 72 months ago
You can't tell, because it varies from person to person. Everyone's management style is different, and everyone's tolerance for criticism varies.