Thinking of sending a flame email, of having a word, or answering back?
Temptations we might all have succumbed to at least once in our career in response to a manager we just can’t seem to get on with. But Manfred F R Kets de Vries has an idea . . .
“Remember, most bad bosses are not inherently bad people; they’re good people with weaknesses that can be exacerbated by the pressure to lead and deliver results. So it’s important to consider not just how they act but why they’re acting that way.”
You can read his article on What to Do When You Hate Your Boss here.