7 edition of Coping with difficult bosses found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Robert M. Bramson.|
|LC Classifications||HF5548.83 .B73 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 158 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||92017492|
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Hone these skills for coping with a difficult boss. Practice basic self-care. Ground yourself with positive thought patterns, regular exercise, and plenty of rest. In tough times, self-care is non. David Brown, author of The Art and Science of Dealing with Difficult People, recommends using words that reflect how your boss processes information. Are they detail-oriented or big-picture thinkers?
This book serves up a no-nonsense, practical approach for dealing with difficult people, from slackers to chronic excuse-makers. You’ll learn how to apply step-by-step strategies to deal with annoying co-workers in real life—and you may even recognize where and . Get this from a library! Coping with difficult bosses. [Robert M Bramson] -- Practical advice on recognising and combatting the behaviour of difficult bosses to avoid frustration and stress.
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Coping with Difficult Bosses Paperback – March 8, by Robert Bramson (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — $ Cited by: 3.
Bramson, author of Coping with Difficult People (LJ 5/1/87) and The Fast Track Blues (LJ 6/15/90), focuses on recognizing, understanding, and dealing with different types of difficult bosses.
In short vignettes, he describes an array of management behaviors: bosses who are artful dodgers, bosses who demean, bosses who are always right, and bosses who cling to 5/5(1). Coping with Difficult Bosses. The only thing worse than working with difficult people is having to work for them. Here's help for anyone who has ever been demoralized, disconcerted, or mildly depressed by tyrannical bosses who bully, buffalo, sneak, and otherwise weasel their way into their employees' lives.3/5.
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Coping W/Difficult Bosses book. Read 42 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. What's an employee to do when his boss bullies, buffaloes /5. Buy Coping with Toxic Managers, the obstacles to their performance by decreasing the toxic behavior they face and improving their skills to deal with difficult bosses.
Intensive efforts in this area are as yet an unexplored but potentially fruitful area for organizational improvement. It holds tremendous potential for unlocking blocked Cited by: The books below are valuable resources written by specialists in the field of employer-employee relationships, to help you develop an effective strategy for coping with a difficult boss or incompetent manager who may be abusive or is a bully in your workplace.
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Make Sure You’re Dealing With a “Bad Boss” Before trying to fix your bad boss, make sure you really are dealing with one. Is there a reason for her behavior, or are you being too hard on him or her. “Observe your boss for a few days and. Everyone knows a narcissist.
These individuals are self-centered, have little capacity for empathy, are exploitative and manipulative, and feel they deserve a great deal of admiration. If you work with narcissists, were raised by one (or two!), have them in your family, or are in a relationship with one, there are some wonderful books that I Author: Samantha Rodman.
In the book Coping with Difficult Bosses, Robert Bramson not only names these difficult bosses, but he shows you how to recognize the patterns are, and he gives you prescriptive guidance for dealing with them.
Given that your boss or manager can have a large impact on your daily satisfaction, what better way to improve your day than learn these patterns of effectiveness. Read an Excerpt. Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION This is a book about impossible people and how to cope with them.
If your life is free from hostile customers and co-workers, indecisive vacillating bosses, overagreeable (but do-nothing) subordinates or any of those others who deserve to be called Difficult People, read no further.5/5(4).
We've all had bosses who are difficult to deal with. Bosses who are inconsistent or unprofessional, bosses who put you in a no-win situation, backstabbing bosses, or bosses who are downright bullies.
Here are four strategies to use to deal with your difficult boss. Your interaction with your boss leaves you cold. Your boss is a bully, intrusive, controlling, picky or petty. You are desperately wondering how you can professionally deal with a bad boss.
Your boss takes credit for your work, never provides positive feedback and misses each meeting that was scheduled with : Susan M. Heathfield. Make your boss look good: Finally, remember to get some leverage. Make yourself indispensable to your boss, and ensure that s/he looks better with you on board.
As Ben Dattner illustrated in his book, Credit and Blame at Work, many managers succeed in their careers not because of their leadership talent.
Dealing with a difficult boss is demanding at best and emotionally stressful at worst. It can impact your work performance, Bev's Books, Twitter, Facebook. Read Next. The Art of Self-Care. Dealing with difficult coworkers, bosses, customers, clients, and friends is a skill worth perfecting.
Dealing with difficult situations at work is challenging, yet rewarding. You can vastly improve your own work environment and morale when you Author: Susan M.
Heathfield. When you know what drives your boss (even if your boss may not be fully conscious of it), you can speak to “his listening,” frame your opinions and use language in ways that line up with his core values, concerns and priorities.
Support their success: Work around their : Margie Warrell. Dilbert and the Way of the Weasel. Subtitle: A Guide to Outwitting Your Boss, Your Coworkers, and the Other Pants-Wearing Ferrets in Your Life.
Author: Scott Adams. Why it's a must read: Adams's. Some difficult bosses are completely toxic, while others just have very annoying habits.
And sometimes an employee and a boss are just a bad mix. If you’re not happy with your manager, you need to determine whether the problem lies with you, your boss, or the combination of your two personalities.
The key is to look for patterns. Do you have. This book provides terrific strategies for coping with co-workers who are prone to stirring up office drama, teaching you how to set up healthy boundaries that will keep you happy and productive. 4. As the single most disruptive or contributing relationship in the workplace, getting along with the boss is critical for employee retention.
Find out more about how to deal with difficult bosses. Someday, you may find yourself reporting to a very difficult and maybe even a downright bad boss.
Here's how you can best deal with this trying : Susan M. Heathfield.In Coping with difficult bosses, Robert Bramson is the best friend a worker could have. He shows us how, by understanding the dynamics of the bullies, the schemers, the know-it-alls, we can begin to change our interactions with them and alter our working lives for the better.