8 Times David Brent Won At Being The Boss
Published: 15 Jun 2018
Most of us have seen or heard of David Brent, the 'boss' from the BBC's mockumentary, The Office. Admittedly, there are many times where David has simply not been a great manager. Terrible, in fact. However, over the course of the series, he has also displayed a number of characteristics which are reflective of a brilliant and likeable boss. We've nabbed some of David Brent's top boss moments for a bit of light-hearted viewing. Grab a cuppa, crack open the bourbon biscuits and reminisce on some of these classic David Brent moments.
He understands the value of trust between himself and his employees.
He's all about positivity.
He's extremely honest.
He likes (tries) to get involved.
He's not afraid to show a bit of personality!
He's a passionate creative.
He doesn't believe in hierarchy...bosses? What bosses?
He cares about global issues. The greater good.
When you're looking for a new job, it's so important to take into account who you're going to be working for. Different working styles suit different people. A boss who is loud and flamboyant might be perfect for you, but hell for someone else. Equally, a quiet boss who doesn't really get involved might be your idea of a nightmare, so it's important to weigh up the pros and cons of all these different personality types. Take note of who you're meeting during the interview process and establish whether or not you're going to be able to work with them or not.