Kevin Judge shared an important maneuver when employees are faced with an abusive boss. His expertise was featured in an article How to Survive a Sociopath Boss published by New York Post, a daily publication of breaking news, news about New York, sports, business, entertainment, opinion, real estate, culture, fashion, and more.
According to Kevin, managing one’s exit will enable an employee to escape from the clutches of a sociopath boss. In the article, Kevin reveals that “employees looking to move on from a damaging supervisor need to carefully ‘create and manage a solid exit strategy’. This includes maintaining a high level of integrity, being the better person and, surprisingly, ‘positioning the employer for success’.”
Kevin explains that even though a bad boss can make life unbearable for their employees, they often need help too.
Kevin Judge is the author of the upcoming book, How to Fix A Bad Boss: 8 Ways to End the Trail of Distress in the Workplace and Cultivate a Winning Manager- Employee Relationship. He is an author, speaker, coach, and consultant. Described as forward-thinking, pragmatic, and trustworthy, Kevin works with leaders and organizations to produce extraordinary results and transform impossible futures into reality. His goal is to help build a world in which the vast majority of people and organizations prosper from winning manager-employee relationships.
Kevin is a Certified Executive Coach and has been educated in business, adult learning, and human resources.
Read the full article and survive a sociopath boss by clicking HERE.
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Congratulation on your media success Kevin! Cheers!