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The Difference Between Being a Boss and Being a Friend

Find the line that works for your company -- and don't cross it.
Source: Federico Gastaldi
Federico Gastaldi

Q: Having a close team is important to me, but where’s the line between having a healthy culture and getting too personal? -- BJ, Kansas City, Mo.

A few years ago,I saw the answer to this question play out in front of me. It was at one of our events, where we’d assembled a panel of entrepreneurs to talk about work

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