By Brian Moore.
At first blush, Robert C. Pozen doesn’t seem like an extreme kind of guy.
He doesn’t BASE jump, BMX bike or bodyboard.
Instead, he has simultaneously taught a full load at Harvard Business School and served as executive chairman at MFS Investment Management in Boston, written six books and hundreds of articles and raised two children with his wife of more than forty years.
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An excerpt from my newest book, Extreme Productivity.
If you and your boss disagree over a course of action but share a solid working relationship, you might be able to respectfully make your case by presenting data and engaging your boss in debate. However, what if your problem with your boss is more serious, resulting from repeated clashes rather than a onetime disagreement? In other words, what if you work for a bad boss?
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