How to overcome an intimidating boss
Talk a little about bringing Nikita and Alex back together in such a full-circle way. We set that marker way out and then forgot about it, in a way, and then came back to it.
I remember pitching it out in the room and [executive story editor] Kristen Reidel said, ‘That makes me happy.’ When she says that, you know something’s right.
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How can I get him to loosen up and treat me like a senior team member, if not an equal? It sounds like you have two separate problems here -- your manager’s top-down, command-and-control management style, and the fact that he seems to know less than you do. Anybody reporting to a difficult person (which includes most of us, at one time or another), has three basic choices, says Gonzague Dufour: “Limit the pain, target the gain, or leave.”In a new book, , he identifies six broad types of "bosses from hell" and offers practical strategies for minimizing the damage they can do to your career, not to mention your blood pressure.
I’ve consistently kept my skills up to date through multiple technology evolutions, and my knowledge of my field is far superior to his.FORTUNE -- Dear Annie: I am a senior software specialist with decades of experience.Yet the manager I’m working for still doesn’t trust me and won’t grant me any decision-making flexibility."Network and you will discover that there are plenty of women and men who are eager to advocate for and mentor female entrepreneurs.” [See Related Story: Women Seeking Mentors: Empowerment for Success] Although more women are embracing entrepreneurship, they often face challenges not typically shared by their male counterparts.To shed light on some of these disparities, female CEOs spoke with Business News Daily about the key challenges women entrepreneurs face and how to overcome them.
"Be yourself, and have confidence in who you are," said Hilary Genga, founder and CEO of women's swimwear company Trunkettes.