I mean all what he want is respect like anything which he dont even desrve, iam his secretary i have many things to do, whenever i go to his room he will start his talk like never ending and all this i have to stand like a dummy and write also. I thought i will take advise from my husband and collegue they also say to sit who look all this now days, bla bla but i said that doesnt work with him coz whoever is working with him is treating him like a king. As far as i can tell he mostly focuses on building networks and moving on. It can ground you in the moment, which reduces stress and anger. On my second day. Once on the job, however, it’s usually too late to do anything about it. I spent a few too many unfortunate years working food service, where i almost exclusively had bosses i couldn’t get along with.
My writing and ranting
When i tried to take a couple days before my birthday off, he told me that i couldn’t have those days off and to tell him right then if i wanted to go back to my old department. It’s a well-intentioned piece, but it seems highly unlikely that any man who needs to will be reading it. Heathrow’s terminal 5 offers a surprising example of reputational disaster turned to advantage.