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Apart from family members and friends, it is our bosses and managers who play an important role in our lives. Even if your co-workers are rude, you can peacefully work if your boss is good and motivating. But what if your boss is not polite? Things can become really messy.
A rude boss could make you feel sick and hence, you might not be willing to come to the office every day. Though you work hard, one single mistake could ruin your mood. Also, if your boss is really rude, he would not lose one opportunity to humiliate you.
At times, you might look for a way to deal with your boss but you might not figure out the same. So if you are going through the same situation, you don't have to worry anymore as we have brought some amazing tips for you to deal with your rude boss.
1. Find Out What Makes Your Boss Angry
Every person gets angry because of some reason or the other, and your boss is no different. He/she might be getting angry about things that you are not even aware of. Therefore, it is better to identify those factors which trigger their anger and then you can deal with it accordingly. Like, your boss might get furious when you reach late to work or if you extend your lunch and tea break. Also, he or she might get angry when you do not complete the assigned work on time.
Therefore, before you try to find ways to deal with your boss make sure you are aware of the reasons behind your boss' anger.
2. Acknowledge Your Boss Is Also A Human
Like every human, your boss too has some flaws, and for some, it can be rough behaviour. Maybe his/her rudeness is the imperfection of your boss. Therefore, expecting your boss to be perfect and in the same mood, all the time is quite a foolishness. You may think that your boss is ready to help you the moment you face any problem and will greet you with a broad smile, then you might be wrong. He/she might be upset over something and therefore, won't be able to talk nicely to you.
3. Avoid Taking Things Personally
At times, your boss may speak harsh words to you and will speak about your weaknesses. But for that, you don't have to take things personally and plot a revenge plan against your boss. Instead, you can find out ways to improve your grey areas. This way your boss won't get a chance to be rude to you.
4. Express Your Feelings Or Concerns In Person
Sometimes, you might have something other than your work issues to share with your boss. Such as you are willing to share how you are facing negativity among your co-workers.
Instead of sharing the same in front of everyone and the moment when your boss steps into the office, you can actually do it in-person. This will save you from the embarrassment, in case your boss yells at you and will give you the chance to explain your perspective clearly to your boss.
5. Try To Be One Step Ahead
One of the best ways to please your boss is to be one step ahead of the assigned work. Suppose if there is an upcoming event and you will be assigned work around it, make sure to keep it ready beforehand. This will not only give you much time to bring perfection in your work but will also save you from the rude words that your boss throws at you on a regular basis.
Still, if your boss is never interested in acknowledging your hard work and dedication at the workplace, it is better to have a firm believe in Karma. A time will come when your boss will realise his/her harsh behaviour. Therefore, if you are honest, dedicated and hardworking then you don't have to worry about pleasing your boss. Hard work never goes in vain.