How to overcome an intimidating boss
Intimidation can happen everywhere, in all walks of life and can occur in any age group.
Being intimidated by someone is a form of being bullied, it happens in school, the workplace by co-workers or the boss, when shopping and in many other situations.
Intimidation can stifle our creativity and opportunities for greatness. A number of years ago I was serving in a voluntary role as a minister of my church.
Here are three ways you can overcome these feelings immediately. I oversaw the spiritual and temporal welfare of over 800 individuals and families.
Or, maybe the boss lacks training and is so overwhelmed with his job requirements that he can’t provide support for you.
Perhaps he has been promoted too quickly or his reporting responsibilities have expanded beyond his reach.
One of the things I quickly observed was that under every roof, every family had challenges -every family .
Whether those challenges included marriage, children, health, finances, spiritual struggles, death…, no one was immune from them.
In order to be able to deal successfully with intimidation you first have to understand what intimidation really is, it can come in many disguises.
The question doomed her to disappointment when he said, “I know that you don’t approve of me screaming at staff as a regular thing.” Agreed, she said.
“So, can you tell me, please, what are the circumstances under which it is okay for me to scream at them?
In these days of downsizing, responsibilities are often shared by fewer staff members than ever before which can affect their ability to do the job well. The youngest generations of workers expect that they can use their vacation time and take action to make work-life balance a priority.
A flexible work schedule may make the job their dream job. Some, for example, think that remote workers harm the culture and interfere with developing a culture of teamwork.