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A Survival Guide for Working With Bad Bosses: Dealing With Bullies, Idiots, Back-stabbers, And Other Managers from Hell

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Gini Graham Scott, «A Survival Guide for Working With Bad Bosses:
Dealing With Bullies, Idiots, Back-stabbers, And Other Managers from Hell»
AMACOM | ISBN 0814472982 | 2005-11-30 | PDF | 1 Mb | 210 Pages





Joyce Lain Kennedy, nationally syndicated columnist
"Packed with hands-on advice[…]to achieve professional success."


Houston Chronicle
If you're having trouble dealing with your boss,this book will be well worth its price in helping you find solutions



Book Description
Being saddled with a terrible supervisor can turn even the best job into a nightmare. Unfortunately, not every boss is the great symbol of managerial perfection one would hope for. In fact, more people than not consider themselves stuck with a "bad boss." But short of remaining miserable or quitting a job, what can be done about it? "A Survival Guide for Working with Bad Bosses" provides readers with savvy, practical advice for coping with managers and supervisors who are mean, incompetent, unethical, and worse.

The book includes powerful strategies for not only working with – but thriving under – such bad boss types as:

* The Great Betrayers – how to defend yourself against a corporate backstabber

* The Know-Nothing Bosses – what to do when a boss is clueless

* The Bad Communicators – how to respond when a boss is consistently unclear

Whether a boss is high-strung, incompetent, or a power-mad tyrant, this book has the solution.



About the Author
Gini Graham Scott, Ph. D. (Oakland, CA) is the founder and director of Changemakers and Creative Communications & Research. She is the author of 35 books, including "A Survival Guide for Working with Humans". She wrote the "Work it Right!" column for the Oakland Tribune.