People ask the difference between a leader and a boss. The leader leads, and the boss drives.
Steady Monty. You can't speak to me like that. I'm your boss.
There's only room for one boss... and one Snake...
boss there is always a comforting thought in time of trouble when it is not our trouble 554
The person who knows'how' will always have a job. The person who knows 'why' will always be his boss.
If we’re honest, most of us would accept that a bad boss is a little bit like a bad father or a bad husband … you find that he tends to do more good than harm. He might be a bad boss but at least he’s employing someone while he is in fact a boss.tony abbott
Opening the fridge door, I found a rat eating the cheese. My dealings with rodents, particularly those tagged verminous, have been few, but generally the pattern has been one of man, the boss, the caretaker of creation, the namer, appearing and the lower orders hitting the road.tibor fischer
When you run an organization like the Teamsters one man has to be the boss and run things.jimmy hoffa
The worst mistake a boss can make is not to say "well done".john ashcroft
Once a year ask the boss, "What do I or my people do that helps you to do your job?" and "What do I or my people do that hampers you?"Peter Drucker
The subordinate's job is not to reform or reeducate the boss, not to make him conform to what the business schools or the management book say bosses should be like. It is to enable a particular boss to perform as a unique individual.Peter Drucker
A manager 's task is to make the strengths of people effective and their weakness irrelevant - and that applies fully as much to the manager's boss as it applies to the manager's subordinatesPeter Drucker
Keep the boss aware. Bosses, after all, are held responsible by their own bosses for the performance of their subordinates. They must be able to say: "I know what Anne [or John] is trying to do."Peter Drucker
If a female employee is offended, a boss would like her to tell him, not sue him.warren farrell
For in a democracy, every citizen, regardless of his interest in politics, 'hold office'; everyone of us is in a position of responsibility; and, in the final analysis, the kind of government we get depends upon how we fulfill those responsibilities. We, the people, are the boss, and we will get the kind of political leadership, be it good or bad, that we demand and deserve.john f. kennedy
The difference between slaves in Roman and Ottoman days and today’s employees is that slaves did not need to flatter their boss.nassim nicholas taleb
A manager's task is to make the strengths of people effective and their weakness irrelevant - and that applies fully as much to the manager's boss as it applies to the manager's subordinates
The world doesn't need a manager, or a boss, or a policeman. These aren't the heroes of today. The heroes of today are those who are doing what they want to be doing, having a good time, and introducing the one thing that every man, woman and child hungers for on a daily basis: happiness.
A Perl script is "correct" if it gets the job done before your boss fires you.
Ramirez: "I'm losing it, Alissa. They're in my head, and I want to hurt you."
Alissa: "What the– what are you doing?"
Ramirez: "The door won't hold them for long. I'm giving you a head start."
Alissa: "Knock it off, They'll kill you!"
Ramirez: "It's been an honor to serve with you, boss."
You can't stop the factory from melting down, "boss". I'll take my revenge on humanity with or without you.
"If trashy television was a video game, The Jenny Jones show would be the final boss." "The earth's population is about 6 billion. At 15 minutes per person, that amounts to over 171,000 years we'd have to spend just sitting around watching people be "famous." To hell with that."
Why should I talk to you? I've just been talking with your boss.
Thanks to guys like boss Tweed, famous for saying, 'I don't give a damn who does the voting, as long as I do the nominating,' there hasn't been an honest election in the USA since sometime around the War Between the States.l. neil smith