Are you treating your ABD the way you want to/expect to be treated?
Are you making them do things that you don't want to do just because you don't want to do them, or is there a real reason? Restated: Are you giving them responsibility or make-work?
Do they get an ensemble, or time in front of one? Are you doing everything you can professionally to help them grow as an educator?
To every ABD:
Are you deferring to the HBD's authority/position on things that impact the whole program? Are you maintaining the chain of leadership and command?
Are you doing the jobs allocated to you by your HBD correctly, the first time, without complaining about them?
Are you contributing to the success of the program every day?
Are you working to the best of your ability to make yourself a more valuable asset to your program and to your HBD?
Are you learning how to manage a program? Are you learning the ins and outs of what makes a program successful?
If the answer to every question on "your" category isn't "Yes, absolutely" then you're not doing your job, either as an HBD or an ABD.