COPING WITH YOUR
"BOSS FROM HELL!":
A Seven Step Program for Dealing With Horrible Bosses
FREE Jan. 13 - 16
You are working for a “Boss from Hell!” - someone who negatively impacts your mental, emotional and physical well-being -– in total, your life -- daily. Your boss's behavior can be negative, brutal, terrible, bullying, stressful, sarcastic, demeaning, harassing, abusive, possibly even criminal (the list of adjectives can go on and on and on) - and all falling in your lap every day of every week of every month for who knows how long.
You know this fact all to clearly. What you don't know is how to deal with your boss in a positive professional manner to resolve the problem that will make your job meaningful and enjoyable. That’s what this book is all about by telling you “this is what you do!” in seven steps:
Step 1 - How to define your problem with your boss and what do you want instead - your objective.
]This becomes your starting point for determining where are you now? Where do you want to be? How are you going to get there? What do you have to do? As someone once said, "Defining your problem is 50% of the battle."
Step 2 - How to gather data about your problem, what others have done in similar situations, what different ways are there for coping, what you can do and what you shouldn't do. All of this data gathering is critical to you if you want to develop a solid foundation for planning short and long-term actions to be successful.
Step 3 - How to evaluate the data and interpret what it means. At this point, you should see the problem in different lights, the different paths you can take, what can work and what can fail.
Step 4 - How to list your options and approaches you can take from the most positive results-focused ones to those you can scrap.
Step 5 - How to select your best option and develop a PROACTIVE plan of action that is specific, realistic, and comprehensive in dealing with your "Boss from Hell!"
Step 6 - How to Implement you PROACTIVE plan on a professional basis with "do's" and "don'ts" to watch out for.
Step 7 - How to follow-up, modify as needed, revise your plan accordingly. Why? Because you will find that you problem is part of a never-ending story - you can resolve you "Boss from Hell" problem, but you must always take steps never to fall into it again. If you do, be prepared to handle the problem again. You should always be planning and preparing for staying on top of you career as long as you are in the work force..