Good Career Lessons From TV’s Worst Bosses

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Don Draper, 'Mad Men'

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Prone to making cutting barbs, pounding drinks in the middle of the day, smoking like a chimney and routinely showing up 15 minutes late to meetings, Don Draper (played by actor Jon Hamm), the creative director of a 1960s ad agency, is the epitome of lone wolf ego and bad attitude – qualities that can turn any work environment toxic.

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