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Criticizing Your Boss

One study found that people without supervisory responsibilities found it more difficult to criticize than those who have supervisory responsibilities. More people (51%) find it difficult to criticize their boss, and regardless of whom they criticize, it is most difficult getting started.

Some people ignore problematic situations and hope that if they wait long enough the situation will disappear. Avoiding the situation may be appropriate when the issue is trivial or if the problem is symptomatic of more pressing problems. However, ignoring a situation is inappropriate most of the time because most problems do not go away on their own; they usually escalate.


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