43. Being “Managed Out?”
"The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any."
- NL 1: Being “Managed Out” – Part 1: The 7 Basics
- NL 2: Being “Managed Out”? – Part 2: The 10 Telltale Tactics
- NL 3: Being “Managed Out”? – Part 3: What to Do, in Five Stages
All of these Self-Help Materials will be Available for Purchase Soon:
Being Managed Out 1: Model “Tactics–Used Journal,” with 21 Likely Tactics
Being Managed Out 2: 3 Model Memos to Send to Each of Your Manager, Colleagues and Clients to Make a Record of the Tactics Used and to “Change the Narrative”
Being Managed Out 3: Model Memos to Your Manager to (a) Suggest Meeting to Seek Resolution and (b) Confirming Mutual Understanding that the Relation is Repaired
Being Managed Out 4: Model “Elevation Memo” to Higher Management to “Reverse the Dynamic” and Propose “Best Goals” (Whether Staying or Leaving)
Being Managed Out 5: 134-Point Master Checklist for Standing Up to Being “Managed Out”
P.S.: If you would like to speak directly with us about this or other subjects, we are available for 30-minute, 60-minute or 120-minute telephone consultations, just [click here.] Evenings and weekends can often be accommodated.
“If you live your life the right way,
your later years will not be a winter,
but rather a harvest.”