Question: “The executive I support always asks for my opinions regarding changes
to office setup, administrative support staff duties, logistics for
meetings, etc., which I honestly give. These requests for my opinions
occur repeatedly (5-6 times over a few weeks). He then ignores my
comments and does what he wants, stating "let's try it my way" which
when translated is "we are doing it my way." This is extremely
frustrating. I've now resorted to not offering my opinions, which he
interprets as noninterest on my part. This is being reflected in my
annual review with negative comments and affects my compensation.”
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