By Gini Graham Scott Ph.D.
Being saddled with a poor manager can flip even the easiest task right into a nightmare. regrettably, no longer each boss is the nice image of managerial perfection one might wish for. in truth, extra humans than now not think of themselves caught with a ""bad boss."" yet wanting last depressing or quitting a role, what might be performed approximately it? A Survival consultant for operating with undesirable Bosses presents readers with savvy, sensible suggestion for dealing with managers and supervisors who're suggest, incompetent, unethical, and worse. The ebook contains robust suggestions for not just operating with -- yet thriving less than -- such undesirable boss forms as: * the good Betrayers -- how one can protect your self opposed to a company backstabber * The Know-Nothing Bosses -- what to do while a chairman is clueless * The undesirable Communicators -- find out how to reply while a md is continually doubtful even if a md is high-strung, incompetent, or a power-mad tyrant, this booklet has the answer.
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A survival guide for working with bad bosses: dealing with bullies, idiots, back-stabbers, and other managers from hell by Gini Graham Scott Ph.D.