Do you have anything important to tell your boss? What is your plan? Can you make your bad boss listen to you, No? Maybe these tips can help you out! Talking to your boss can be intimidating, especially when you know he/she won’t make it easy.
I would add: Get away. Get as far away as you can as quick as you can. Life is just too short to work for a bad boss.
Just like toxins in your air, water, or food, toxins in the people around you can cause serious harm--but they don't come with a warning label. Here's a rundown of what to look out for so you can keep yourself safe.
When you see these coming, the best advice comes from an old Monty Python movie-- run away!
Sometimes you have to step up and take action against a toxic command climate when no one else will.
I always hesitate to give advice to those who are trying to navigate a toxic boss, because the right path depends on so many different variables. Having provided the appropriate caveat, here are some ideas.
Having a toxic boss results in a 48 percent decrease in work effort and 38 percent decrease in work quality, said Dr. George Reed.
I really enjoyed exploring the topic of Toxic Leadership at the Pentagon. I went at the invitation of the Pentagon Chaplains Office and was pleased to see that the subject has traction with some of our most senior leaders. Most gratifying.
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Negativity from a toxic employee is like a seed, once dropped it can grow and spread causing unease and dissatisfaction in a team quicker than poison
Even toxic employees deserve the change to modify their behavior. For the benefit of the organization just don't spend too much time on it. Don't hesitate to prune the garden if destructive relationship behavior continues.
Chances are you've had a "bad boss" at some point in your career. But while it's tempting to put the experience out of your mind altogether, reflect for a minute. There are some things you can learn about good leadership -- even from a "bad boss."
Learning can be uncomfortable and sometimes painful. It would be a shame to suffer through a toxic boss and not come away with some good lessons.
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