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Business writer Margie Warrell at Forbes recommended, "If you know you have a boss who’s disorganized, then help him to be on top of things rather than whining about his lack of organizational skills.If you know your boss is often late to meetings, offer to kick off the next meeting for him.If he tends to change his mind frequently, or is outright forgetful, be sure to document interactions so you can refer back to them if he ever contradicts himself." By doing this, you begin to make yourself indispensable.While constantly being under-appreciated might inspire you to begin to slack, fight against it.
Rather than raising your voice or throwing some critiques yourself, fight back the nit-picking with questions that are aimed towards understanding.
More than anything, it’s important to realize that almost nothing in the workplace is truly personal." Whether they're over-stressed or the numbers aren't performing at work, chances are you're pushed hard for completely non-personal reasons.
(As in, she or he doesn't actually hate you.)While them seething at meetings might make you want to drink a whole bottle of wine after work, see their standards as motivation.
During my first job out of college, I had a Devil Wears Prada boss who was crazy like Miranda Priestly, minus the glamour.
I was young and had no idea how to handle having an intimidating boss other than going to the bathroom to cry in a stall, and was at a loss over what I could do to improve the situation and my day-to-day duties.