43. Being “Managed Out?”

"The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any."
Alice Walker

Read our Newsletters and Q & A’s:
  1. NL 1: Being “Managed Out” – Part 1: The 7 Basics
  2. NL 2: Being “Managed Out”? – Part 2: The 10 Telltale Tactics
  3. 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.

We are available to consult with you, and to work with you, should you need assistance in addressing issues of “Being Managed Out.”

“If you live your life the right way,
your later years will not be a winter,
but rather a harvest.”

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