Surviving Bad Bosses
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About the Event
Research shows that people leaves bosses, not jobs. So, what is a person to do if they love what they do, but not who they are reporting to? Bosses who are verbally abusive, bullying, blaming, passive/aggressive, micromanaging or any combination of these, do untold damage to the organizations which tolerates them and to the health and careers of their direct reports.
It is not unusual for Employees to feel at least disrespected, fearful, angry, lonely, dis-empowered, shame, and guilt. Their perceived choices? Leave, stay and suffer becoming more disengaged and stressed, or participate in the dysfunction, making a bad situation worse, for all concerned.
There is another choice.
This webinar will give you coping tips and techniques so that you can choose to keep doing what you are doing with less stress, more control and therefore allowing you to make better choices.
Akeela B. Davis, President of Courageous Business Culture