Saturday, August 22, 2009

DEALING WITH TOXIC BOSSES



A
re there really proven ways to improve relationship with toxic supervisors? There are many kinds of bosses in the workplace, but the toxic bosses are the ones causing more harm than good to the organization. They can reduce valuable production time and increase cost. They need to be lectured about professionalism. They need to understand the true meaning of teamwork, positive organization, trust building, values, professional ethics, and involvement. Most of the time rank and file employees do not get the chance to get back to them because of their positions and for fear of reprisals.

M
anagement needs to identify these toxic bosses and decide on the best way to deal with them. But how are you going to deal with toxic bosses whose understanding of human relations is almost "nil!"


6 comments:

MonMon said...

Well said, man! No matter what you do, TOXIN na di na di lang TOXIC ang mga kasama ko rito!

Ria said...

send an anonymous email to HR putting into account all the bosses' professionalism, sama mo na yung date and time... i keep track of that and one day i had it with my boss so i spoke to our big boss about it. ayun, na-warningan until he resigned. lahat ng palpak and the way i was mistreated were all noted in my little "black diary" uncle....bad ko ba? or being wise lng?

MonMon said...

You gave me an idea, Ria! Subukan ko!

Montsing said...

Poison na poison na!!!

Bay Martin said...

There is a way out, you just have to find it.

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