They feel this is the only way to successfully pull through hard economic times.
But strong management can easily spill over into Bullying. They take the view that they are being abrupt and tough out of necessity. A lot of consultants and trainers are now focusing on this problem.
The purpose of this intimidation is to force someone to do something.
At work, a manager has a position of superior influence over his or her staff.
Learning how to deal or manage your boss is a significant and transferable skill, and will indefinitely decide how far you progress.
When things don’t go their way, that’s where you come across the real side of the boss.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.Instead of just doing what's expected, you may discover that they'll make more of an effort and produce work surpassing all expectations.This may carry across to other departments and teams, who might be more agreeing to carry out favours or get things done quickly for you, even though they shouldn't.
He told his employee, Sam, that his days could be numbered after one bad sales month, even though he previously had four good ones.