Q. I’ve worked here one year, and I’m
struck by the poor quality of management. I don’t think I want to work
hard to get promoted when the upper ranks are filled with duds. Is this
enough of a reason to leave?
A. Not necessarily. You might be the problem. Here’s how to tell: Have
you felt this way in previous jobs? Are you using your low regard for
your bosses as an excuse not to work hard? Are you magnifying their
weaknesses or ignoring their strengths? If you answered yes to any of
these questions, then buckle down and show what you’re worth.
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