Getting Around the Nice-Aholic Manager
Are you sick of the over-exaggerated empathy of your Buddy Boss? This book contains language used by real people and is not edited for political or corporate correctness. In other words, we have edited out all the bullshit! So, if you don't like the "F" word...this book may not be for you. If you have a manager who is holding you back or is making you talk to yourself incessantly, causing you to be stressed out on your time off, while you should be enjoying your life, you're in the right place - about to read this book. Remember, life is supposed to be a fun journey, not a frustrating struggle.
The Buddy Boss aka the “Nice-Aholic,” has an incurable addiction to niceness. They're always ready to listen to the worries and problems of others and spare no effort when they’re asked for help.
With over-exaggerated empathy and dripping sympathy, they can somehow sense what other people need and will sometimes offer help before they’re even asked to help.
Their energetic phony aesthetic friendship is unpleasantly pathetic.
Buddy Bosses are always willing to point out the strong points of others and excuse their weaknesses. they're among the most sociable of all manager types. But, excusing weaknesses only makes people weaker.
Social contacts and interactions are very important to them. Because the Buddy Boss wants to make friends with everyone and wants everyone to be happy, they get caught in lies because they tell one person one thing and another person something else.
If you haven’t noticed already, the Buddy Boss thrives on giving lots of “let me help you with that” attention to people even if it negatively affects productivity.
Because they have such an extreme need to get along with everyone, they tend to be overly friendly, sickeningly pleasant and excessively agreeable.
Because they're unaware of their insecurity, they can be unnecessarily consoling, overly caring and helpful. With their constant pampering, they end up enabling people in ways that makes them, and everyone on the team, weaker.
One of their biggest faults is that they have FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) which is why they want you and everyone else to be their bff.
Buddy Bosses will mostly say what other people want to hear. They too often say yes to almost any request, perpetually over-commit and fall short on their commitments.
They have a tendency to talk about how busy they are and how much they have to do “all for the good of the company.” Their tendency to “whistle in the dark” can be annoying when they get overly excited or positive.
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