TIP #3 - Keep on dancing even if you hate the music
So you’re one of those poor unfortunate souls cursed with an incompetent boss. We get it, life is unfair and you just want to throw a major fit. But do you really want to make this situation even worse? You can’t let this frustration demotivate you and push you to underperform. You have to invest on this emotionally and make the most out of it. You still have a race to finish, right?
Remember, it’s easier to shine when the stars surrounding you lack luster. Take this opportunity to stand out and be seen by the management team as that employee who performs well despite your incompetent boss (hey, it’s not like other office folks don’t know the situation---of course they know!). Show that you are taking this situation professionally, and that you can thrive anywhere regardless of where you’re thrown into.
After all, even if you’re the one pulling the weight for the team, her success remains to be your success. For as long you fight your way to get your own credit (yes, bad bosses also take credit for their people’s work), don’t worry that you will easily lose the spotlight. In today’s cutthroat war on talent, most organizations will fight to keep their rock stars from leaving. So continue dancing. Because as I’ve seen many times in my career, bad bosses eventually leave, get fired, or rotated somewhere else. It can be just a matter of time and patience for you to finally take over his stage.
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