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How to Deal With an Indifferent Supervisor at Work
Negativity Sucks! — Your Better Life
Washroom crying sessions and cafeteria rants not helping? They usually don't. But this book might. It asks you to use common sense—and some uncommon, hard-earned wisdom—to navigate the emotional minefield that office can often be in your early years. And it advises you to find your answers in your own beliefs and build a career, not just keep a job. Anshul Chaturvedi began his journalism career as a hard news journalist, in , and shortly thereafter became the editor of local English dailies based in Jammu, specialising in topics such as the Kashmir militancy and the ISI, an unlikely starting point for someone currently managing lifestyle content in Delhi.
You may pride yourself like I do in the fact that you're no quitter. But let's face it: when it comes to work, sometimes you have to be. You outgrow a job. A better situation comes along. The job isn't what you believed it to be.
Register or Log In. Shopping Cart. Hi, I'm at my wit's end regarding improving the performance of a marginal performer of a direct report of mine. I have a direct report who seems competent, but has caused myself and my boss our share of problems as far as small mistakes and dropped balls. When I give negative feedback on such incidents, I can count on getting a litany of justifications and arguments why the issue happened, along with grievances with co-workers and the environment thrown in for good measure.