In a perfect world, the managers and leaders we work with support the work we are doing, invest time and effort to help us improve, and are a valuable part of the team environment.
Sometimes, that just isn’t the case. Sometimes, your manager or senior leader is incredibly difficult to work with and undermines your efforts to build a strong, collaborative, and effective team?
What do you do?
In this short video, John McFadyen talks about the process you can follow if you do feel under pressure from an intense or malicious boss.
About John McFadyen
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