Stephen Miller's alleged management style is nothing like what experts tell you about how to be a good boss
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- Stephen Miller is one of Donald Trump's foremost advisors when it comes to immigration policy.
- A recent profile from The New Yorker gave an inside look into his management style. But many of his reported management approaches go against researchers' suggestions of how to be a good boss.
- Here are five things to avoid when it comes to management.
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Stephen Miller, a senior advisor to Donald Trump who orchestrated much of the White House's immigration policy, has a management style known for its harshness, according to a new report.
A profile of Miller by Jonathan Blitzer in The New Yorker Friday reports on Miller's style of management where he allegedly berates, interrupts, and disregards officials, particularly those of lower-rank, creating an environment in which people hide things from him to avoid his wrath.
These approaches of dealing with people contradict what research and experts say about being a good boss.
"You go into meetings with Miller and try to get out with as little damage as possible," a former administration official told The New Yorker.
Here are the five biggest behaviors to avoid when it comes to management style.