How to handle intimidating
Even before he has said a word, he has already made you edgy and worried about what he is going to say next.Dealing with such bosses is easy only if you are prepared to take verbal blows from him.My years of experience working for a financial company have led me to face many types of bosses.Some were very hard to deal with, but I was fortunate that I had mostly good ones to look after me.He is insecure, and too preoccupied with trying to always have things under his control.At times, the employees may have committed mistakes, yet he pretends to have not seen them and says little of their mistakes.A power-brandishing boss loves wearing the mask of a boss, and believes that bosses are the highest-regarded professionals in the world.
Employees may make fun of him behind is back even though in truth he is hardworking.
As I moved into sales and marketing, I noticed that bosses were particularly more inclined to build a good rapport with the sales guys.
It may be because they thought that sales teams were the crux of a firm, and therefore, bosses made sure that the sales team members were well looked after.
Recommended Reading: 8 (Legit) Ways To Impress Your Boss Bosses (not leaders – there is a difference) are humans too and they have their preferences and dislikes and if you play your cards well, you will be able to work not only for them, but also with them.
There have been employees I knew personally, who never performed that well, but still they manage to keep their jobs because they knew how to be in the boss’s good books.