A bad manager can really make work trying, but like any hardship they can also provide you with an opportunity to stand up for yourself. 

“These managers can test your patience, resilience, and professional sanity. Instead of letting these experiences drown your spirit, use this opportunity as a learning experience and practice your skill of speaking up,” says executive coach Anja van Beek...

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