5 Tips to Turn Your Bad Manager Into a Good One

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A bad manager is the one who puts you in a bad mood every single day. Their actions and behavior can get on your nerves and their overall attitude can ruin your work life and career. In order to have a great work experience, it’s crucial to have a good relationship with your superiors. If they’re insensitive or inconsiderate towards their employees or clients, it will greatly affect the climate of the workplace and even the culture of a company. While you can’t necessarily change a person’s management style, there are several things you may do in order to make them better at managing people.
 
I’ve had my share of bosses who were both good and bad, but I ended up learning how to adapt to whichever one I was given. The best way to deal with a boss is to think about what they’re saying or write down feedback you receive for later use. Find out what are your strengths and try your best not focus on the flaws. Find yourself a good mentor because having someone who has been in your situation before can really help you. Here are a few practical tips:
 
  1. Be aware of the different leadership styles and learn how to interact with each one
  2. If you don’t like something about how you are being managed, make sure to bring up your concerns whenever you feel comfortable doing so.
  3. Don’t expect your manager to change completely although this is why it helps to be open and understanding of others.
  4. Take note of their strengths and weaknesses and see how best you can manage or work around them so as not adversely affect either party involved in a working relationship.
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