An abusive boss can make you miserable. Enter Shaun Belding and his witty little book, which provides practical advice about how to deal with this difficult situation. He weighs the benefits of being confrontational versus those of trying to re-educate your bad boss. If all else fails, he says, a new job is a realistic, positive option. His insightful book looks at the issues of employee relations and general productivity from the employee’s perspective. getAbstract recommends it to boss-bedeviled workers who want to improve their situations either in or out of the company, and to human resource managers who want to correct problems inside their companies.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why bosses become abusive;
- How to defuse your boss’s bad behavior; and
- What five alternatives you have if your boss is bad.
About the Author
Shaun Belding is the president of an international consulting firm that specializes in customer service, team building, management and leadership.
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