What do you need to know about a demanding boss?
A demanding boss is focused on delivering results to his or her boss, not on the negative fallout you may feel that your work is never enough, Taylor says. “Study how other team members react and you’ll likely see that your boss is consistently an over-achiever or expects others to be.”
Why do I get upset with my boss?
Another possible outcome: You may be more upset with yourself than you are with your boss because you’re caught between the conflict of wanting to perform and avoid appearing incompetent – and upsetting your boss by speaking up, Taylor says. “It’s bothersome because you feel you can’t ignite confrontation and ask for reasonable expectations.
Can a boss be overbearing and insensitive?
Overbearing, insensitive bosses are counterproductive to the very goal they seek: more output from you.”
What’s the best way to deal with a boss?
If you’re performing well, it’s expensive and time-consuming to replace you. Keep that in mind when you are ready to approach your boss.” Gently confront the boss. “Approach your boss with a calm, professional, rational style,” Taylor says. “Don’t get caught up in the hysteria and try to keep a sense of humor to simmer any existing tension.”
Who is Ryan Kahn of the hired group?
Ryan Kahn, a career coach, founder of The Hired Group, star of MTV ’s Hired, and author of Hired! The Guide for the Recent Grad, agrees.
Why do I have a problem with my boss?
“It’s bothersome because you feel you can’t ignite confrontation and ask for reasonable expectations. You may fear retaliation, passive-aggressive fallout, loss of job status or exciting projects, or even being terminated, which is a conundrum, until you muster the ability to face the problem head-on.”