One of my best bosses was also the worst. Glynn tackled every problem with a right hook. She knew how to argue, and looked for opportunities to practice. The consummate bully, if she disliked someone’s attitude, she complained about it to others. If someone’s results were poor, she called them out in front of everyone, often shouting and, no kidding, stamping her feet. Glynn taught us all we needed to know about how not to lead an organization. Most people have encountered a manager like Glynn. But what if you discover that the workplace bully is… you?