Dear Bad Manager: A Guide for Dealing with Difficult Managers

Dear Bad Manager: A Guide for Dealing with Difficult Managers

by J'Marie Triggs
Dear Bad Manager: A Guide for Dealing with Difficult Managers

Dear Bad Manager: A Guide for Dealing with Difficult Managers

by J'Marie Triggs

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Overview

Are you tired of working under a bad manager who makes your professional life miserable? Do you long for a positive work environment where your talents are appreciated, and your voice is heard? Look no further than "Dear Bad Manager: A Guide to Dealing with Difficult Managers."

In this empowering and insightful book, you will embark on a transformative journey to overcome the challenges posed by difficult managers. With practical strategies, expert advice, and real-life stories, this guide offers a roadmap to navigate workplace dynamics and unleash your true potential.

For employees seeking strategies to navigate the complexities of difficult bosses, this book provides valuable insights and actionable steps to reclaim your power and thrive in any work environment. Discover effective communication techniques, learn to set boundaries, and gain the confidence to address and resolve issues with grace and professionalism.

Managers looking to improve their leadership skills and foster positive work environments will find guidance within these pages. Explore the principles of emotional intelligence, learn how
to motivate and inspire your team and create a culture of respect and collaboration that drives success.

Human Resources professionals and consultants specializing in employee development and well-being will also benefit from the comprehensive resources and tools offered in this book. Gain
valuable insights into employee rights, conflict resolution, and fostering a healthy work-life balance to create a thriving organizational culture.


Don't let a bad manager hold you back any longer. Take control of your career and transform your work life with "Dear Bad Manager: A Guide to Dealing with Difficult Managers." It's
time to unlock your potential and create the positive, fulfilling work experience you deserve.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781961804210
Publisher: Triggs Publishing
Publication date: 06/28/2023
Pages: 202
Sales rank: 645,569
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.43(d)

About the Author

Jennifer Marie Triggs, a seasoned leader and retired US Navy Nurse with over 20 years of experience in the military and other leadership roles, brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to her work. With 23 years of service to her country, Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Master of Science in Health Science, specializing in Health Care Management. She is currently pursuing a Doctor of Business Administration, specializing in leadership.
Jennifer’s background in the military and her passion for helping others make her an invaluable asset to anyone seeking to improve their leadership skills. Her unwavering commitment to excellence and proven track record of success is a testament to her dedication and ability to inspire and motivate others. She has worked in various industries, from small startups to Fortune 500 companies, and has seen how poor leadership can impact employees and the organization. This experience has fueled her passion for helping others navigate the challenges of working with difficult managers.
Writing under the pen name J’Marie Triggs, Jennifer provides practical tips and strategies for handling difficult managers in her book, “Dear Bad Manager: A Guide for Dealing with Difficult Managers.” With her extensive leadership experience, Jennifer is well-equipped to guide and support individuals and organizations on their journey to greatness.
Jennifer enjoys spending time with her family, dancing, and traveling in her free time. Her passion for personal and professional growth and her deep commitment to excellence make her a valuable resource for anyone seeking to improve their leadership.
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