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5 Steps To Coping With A Horrible Boss

5 Steps To Coping With A Horrible Boss | RMStaples Topics | Scoop.it

If you haven’t had a bad boss before, consider yourself lucky--most people have had at least one in their lives. Narcissistic, bullying, arrogant, backstabbing--just a few of their traits that can make your life a living hell. So what steps can you take to navigate out of this dystopian work environment?

 

1. Work on your escape plan

 

The first thing to do is come up with an escape plan. You need to get out before you have all of your emotional energy sucked out of you. Consider what you need to do to not only to keep your sanity, but also develop your skills and use your current job to get to the next level.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, March 9, 2014 7:36 PM

Working for a horrible boss can leave some serious emotional scars unless you keep them from making your work life miserable. Here are five tips for keeping your sanity.

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Are You a Hard Worker or a Workaholic?

Are You a Hard Worker or a Workaholic? | RMStaples Topics | Scoop.it

Though society might tell us that working harder and working more hours is good, it's actually damaging both your employees and your company's success. That's why it's crucial to self diagnose your company to make sure it is made up of hard workers, not workaholics. 

 

Here's the difference: Workaholics are people who compulsively work long hours, often on the weekends, and through vacation time. They are physically addicted to work. This could mean 12-to-14-hour work days, every day. A hard worker on the other hand, does not put him or herself in this type of danger. They might stay extra hours right before a big deadline, but they don't get to a point where they neglect family, friends, and their own health, to a sometimes irreversible point.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, January 23, 2014 5:45 PM

There's a big difference and not knowing it could be putting you and your company in danger.

Jibra'el Jb's curator insight, January 26, 2014 10:25 PM

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