What to Do When Your Boss Betrays You

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Have you worked for an awful boss?

I have. And it stayed with me for 15 years before I learned to let go of the experience.

Ron Carucci, in Harvard Business Review, agrees that this experience can have a long-term impact on our work-life experiences and expectations.

“Boss betrayal can hinder our ability to trust others, remain optimistic and

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I believe leadership is the expression of values. Career Coach | Educator | Writer | Social Justice Advocate | Trainer. leadershipandvaluesinaction.com

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I believe leadership is the expression of values. Career Coach | Educator | Writer | Social Justice Advocate | Trainer. leadershipandvaluesinaction.com

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