|Leading Despite Your Boss|
|Key Words||Managing up, communication|
Typical behaviors of an unsupportive boss include lacking clear expectations, shifting goals, countermanding decisions, betraying a confidence, lacking in integrity, engaging in negative politics, and micro-managing. To deal with these behaviors, try the following:
Next, you need to have a plan of action. Some approaches include:
Finally, exercise integrity - make sure you are the kind of person you would like to have as a boss.
|Source||"Leading Despite Your Boss,"HR Magazine, September, 2003, p. 139.|
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