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by Katherine Crowley

Working for You Isn't Working for Me: The Ultimate Guide to Managing Your Boss download ebook
ISBN:
1591842751
ISBN13:
978-1591842750
Author:
Katherine Crowley
Publisher:
Portfolio (September 24, 2009)
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Pages:
320 pages
ePUB:
1653 kb
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1768 kb
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Business Culture
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Rating:
4.7

I love the work that I do and my boss is a fun person off the job but he has no freaking clue how to manage people.

I love the work that I do and my boss is a fun person off the job but he has no freaking clue how to manage people. I also hate the company I work for. They don’t give a rat’s behind about the employees so the book is much cheaper that seeing a shrink. I was really having a difficult time at work until I read this book.

In their bestseller Working with You Is Killing Me, Katherine Crowley and Kathi Elster taught readers how to free .

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The Ultimate Guide to Managing Your Boss. Working with a horrible boss can certainly be a challenge. Throughout this book, I will try my best to help you identify and comprehend the reason behind your complicated relationship with your boss. By: Katherine Crowley, Kathi Elster. Narrated by: Marguerite Gavin. Length: 9 hrs and 14 mins. I will then show you ways to manage the situation with your boss. Organized, solution based approach.

The guide for anyone who deals with difficult authority figures at work.

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The guide for anyone who deals with difficult authority figures at work. Sooner or later, we all have to work for someone we can't stand-whether it's an inept supervisor, an undermining department head, or an overly demanding client. When that happens, some people quit, some suffer in silence, and others cope by sulking, obsessing, or retaliating. But you can take charge of this crucial workplace relationship. In this book, Katherine Crowley and Kathi Elster, authors of the bestseller Working for You Is Killing Me, offer concrete examples of bad boss scenarios and a proven four-step program for improving each situation: •Detect - Identify how this person drives you crazy. •Detach - Discover concrete actions you can take to reclaim your power. •Depersonalize - Learn how to take a boss's actions less personally. •Deal - Devise a plan to get what you need and move your career forward.
Reviews:
  • Sharpbrew
This book is interesting, as far as it goes. I found the section on determining what type of employee you are (Nurturer, Star, Challenger, etc.) helpful, as were the ideas for dealing with a bad boss depending upon which type of employee you are.

What I found glaringly absent was what I would call "The Climber" type in the boss category. This is the boss who focuses all their energy on pleasing, and earning accolades from, those above them and ignoring the work needs of those beneath them, a.k.a., their staff. The Artful Dodger is close, but The Climber does not necessarily go around bad mouthing staff behind their back. The Climber's approach is more head-in-the-sand regarding any legitimate staff need that The Climber perceives might cause them to lose favor of those above -- e.g., requests for additional hiring, promotion requests. The number of these types seems to have exploded in recent years based upon my own experience and those of friends and colleagues. Maybe it's related to the rise in social media and related self promotion. Whatever the reason, if your boss is a Climber, this book will not be helpful to you.
  • Dream
Best work-related book I've ever read! It's not pages of redundant thoughts. It's laid out well, reads easily and has practical tools for understanding yourself and your boss/bosses (and even equivalent coworkers/supervisors) and how to turn the pit in your stomach you get when your morning alarm clock goes off to effective strategies for managing the toxic dynamic. Should be required reading for anyone who stresses even just a bit about their place at work or their relationship with their boss. I normally hate self help type books, but this one is amazing! Worth every penny and worth a digital and hard copy.
  • Weetont
This was one of the most insightful, funniest, and most shockly accurate "self help" professional books I've ever helped myself to- and I felt like I could have written it! I was there in several places - and my current (and many former) bosses and colleagues were, too! But what was incredible was the actual evaluation of my personality type,(accurately), vs. the personalities of my bosses, and how you can learn to "deal." You have to read this all the way through - you won't be able to put it down. And Monday morning when you go to face the lions again, you may actually understand what's going on - and whether it's worth it to keep fighting or find another arena. Five stars. Seriously.
  • Browelali
HIGHLY RECOMMEND!! Anyone who enters the workplace should read this book! I only wish I had read this book along time ago to help with the misery of dealing with a difficult boss(es). This book breaksdown how to identify your bosses profile, along with identifying your needs, expectations and fears to manage and cope with a difficult boss. Presents 4 steps to Detect-Detach-Depoersonalize and Deal that is very helpful. I learned great insight, knowledge and better skills to apply. It's been a huge relief! I now have practical steps and perspectives in managing a nightmarish boss and allows a better workday.
  • Zargelynd
This book is fantastic. I'm only 1/3 of the way through and already I feel better. I plan on sending it to a coworker when I finish! Being able to identify behaviors and put names to feelings has been tremendously validating, and finding that I am already on the path to feeling lighter and happier at work has been very encouraging.
  • Kulwes
This is a very insightful book. When dealing with difficult people, it can make one feel crazy. Reading this book lets a person know they are simply not alone. Then helps you identify who one really might be dealing with at work! Once you are able to identify and observe objectively... You are back in the driver's seat. I have read this book, used the skills, and have recommended it to SO MANY PEOPLE... since I got it... already! And I just got it!!! The authors have definitely done their homework...and have an extensive background. They know what they are talking about. Highly recommend if you are dealing with someone toxic at work. Don't suffer anymore.
  • Nidora
I love the work that I do and my boss is a fun person off the job but he has no freaking clue how to manage people. I also hate the company I work for. They don’t give a rat’s behind about the employees so the book is much cheaper that seeing a shrink.
I was really having a difficult time at work until I read this book. By analzing the situation and offering concrete advice on how to deal, it made me realize my expectations from the workplace and how to deal when those where not met.