Right, so I guess this means we'll get 'Sex in the City' or '90210' in space.
Guess this is one show I'll give a pass to.
1. The staff has developed guidelines for dealing with you and quietly passes them to new employees.
2. You have one or two fanatical acolytes, no one else has more to do with you than they have to.
3. You never see people walk by. Employees would rather circumnavigate the entire office to get to the coffee machine or bathroom than take the shortcut past your door and risk being invited in.
4. Your 360-degree evaluations come back short and full of generically positive comments, with one very mild criticism thrown in for credibility's sake.
5. People don't volunteer for your pet projects. The idea sucks and they're afraid to tell you, or it's brilliant, but the consequences for letting you down are too terrible to imagine. And, of course, you'll probably work on it as well. Which means more time spent...gulp...with you.
6. You have legions of former employees, but they rarely give your name as a reference for new jobs.
7. You have legions of former employees, period....your staff falls away like linty Post-it notes