A Survival Guide for Working with Bad Bosses: Dealing with Bullies, Idiots, Back-stabbers, and Other Managers from Hell
The sad fact is that the majority of people in the workforce have a less than perfect relationship with their supervisor and many of them consider themselves to be working for "a bad boss". But what can they do about it, short of leaving their job? "A Survival Guide for Working with Bad Bosses" gives readers all the guidance they so desperately need not just to survive, but thrive while reporting to someone incompetent, mean, unethical, or even worse.
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Just as managers must deal with problem employees, so too, must employees deal with problem managers. Suffice it to say I wish I had this book a few years ago. Discussions involve the various types of bad boss and how to handle each (or at least reduce the therapy bills). Read full review
The NoBoss Boss
The PasstheBuck Boss
Clueless but Connected
The Dishonest Genius
Whos the Boss?
Out of Bounds
A New Boss Is Insulting and Abusive
Drunk Disorderly and Untouchable
The Intrusive Boss
Only Good Enough to Train Others
Youre Great But
Just for Sport
Turning Yeses into Nos
The Wolf in Sheeps Clothing
Controlling the Control Freak
Bad Boss in a Big Bureaucracy
Breaking Through the Bureaucracy
It Goes with the Territory
Dealing with Danger
Its a Crime
Sex and Faxes
Give In to Collective Denial or Leave?
Putting It All Together
Bad Boss or Bad Employee?
How Bad Is Your Boss? An Assessment Quiz
Knowing How to Deal
About the Author