To deal with intimidating
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Warrell pointed out, "While it may be easy to succumb to resentment or resignation and mentally check out of your job, doing so not only undermines your own integrity but it can put you at risk of being branded as whiner, a slacker, or both." You're not doing yourself any favors by retaliating in that way.
I was young and had no idea how to handle having an intimidating boss other than going to the bathroom to cry in a stall, and was at a loss over what I could do to improve the situation and my day-to-day duties.
While some bosses might just be downright crazy, most of the time you get snapped at pushed too hard because of forces that are outside of your control.
Career coach Ashley Stahl at career development site The Muse explained, "In some of those cases, her reaction will be warranted, but more often than not, her behavior will be the side effect of something else in her life.
Rather than doing your best to become teacher's pet, take the personal bit out of the equation and just become an ace employee.
This has nothing to do with sucking up and everything to do with making the office run smoother and more competently.