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Got a TOT? You're not alone! Dare to share your story at the TOT Blog with other TOT tamers in the making, while Lynn helps you cope with difficult or childish bosses. Whether it's career advancement during tough times, understanding corporate culture, office politics, how to humanize your workplace™ or managing up, Lynn can help. Post a comment with your TOT story and/or Q, and she'll try her best to address it in a blog or column. Lynn is the founder of the online community forum, TameYourTOT.com, and author of the best-selling career and management book, Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant™ (TOT): How to Manage Childish Boss Behavior and Thrive in Your Job (John Wiley & Sons). Order here: Amazon, Barnes & Noble.
The weekend just flew by; the alarm clock is going off on a Monday morning. You open your eyes; you are about to start the day. Scratch that – after the weekend break Monday morning feels like the start of the week. There are a number of things to be done, from the most mundane [...]
Most of us remember our first days at every job because of the heightened pressure to impress. But you can reduce your anxiety by being as meticulous in planning your first day as you were in securing your new position. You’ll need to find your bearings in relation to your management and co-workers and “learn the [...]
Sharing Bad News at Work? Read This First – by Molly Triffin, DailyWorth.com No one likes to hear bad news, but how you package the information can dramatically impact how it’s perceived. This informative and practically useful article talks about that in an easy and entertaining format, citing opinions of several experts and authors. Timing, [...]
(There’s No Need To Shout) Problems of communication in the workplace are nothing out of the ordinary, accompanied by various degrees of frustration. Nothing is more frustrating, though, than a repeated failure to get through to the one person your advancement is dependent on. Most often, it’s your boss. Do you ever feel like your [...]
You are going to a job interview; you are ready (or so you think) to answer some questions, and intend to ask some as well. And ask you certainly should, but carefully and discriminately. What you ask during the interview may be critical to your chances of landing a dream job. An awkward question can [...]
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