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    When Smart People Work For Dumb Bosses

    Who's Pulling Your Strings?: How to Break the Cycle of Manipulation and Regain Control of Your Life

    Work Smart: The 250 Smart Moves Your Boss Already Knows

    How To Manage A Difficult Boss

    "According to Terry Bates, managing director of GHN Coaching, most people have problems with their superiors. It goes with the territory. Banking bosses may, however, be more problematic than most. In a business driven by the bottom line, executives are frequently selected for promotion on the basis of their financial contribution rather than their management skills."

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    User: anonymous
    Date: 1/27/2009 3:15:00 PM

    I agree with your statement but this is also very true of many private run organisations who are quite happy to turn a 'blind eye' to bullying and protect bosses who make them substantial profits.

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