How do you deal with all the different personalities, stand up for yourself yet still have everyone like you and not feel overwhelmed by it all?
This is where you'll find tips and strategies on dealing with the personalities in the workplace.
Skills Learning how to speak in public or even how to be better at starting conversations can go a long way to making you feel more confident at work.
You'll also find tips on how to deal with things like procrastination in this section.
There are good bosses and bad bosses, and too many of us get stuck with the latter.
And while it can be tough going to work for a difficult manager, it doesn’t have to be a nightmare.
This isn't just a demonstration of their inability to accept responsibility. Listen, at the end of the day, it is kind of your job to make your boss look good.
Instead of taking some accountability, however, they place the blame squarely on you or your team.
Do they belittle you, or embarrass you in front of others.
Do they treat you like a child, or constantly try to put you in your place?
We may not be able to always correct their behavior, but we should never have to live in fear and let our difficult boss control our lives. Most people are scared about having a discussion with their boss concerning their abusive behavior because they fear reprimand or losing their job as a result of it.
Here are some strategies on handling a difficult boss situation. Their fear is usually justified if the supervisor is a control-freak and feels that their subordinate is threatening their control.