My supervisor is intimidating
Worse still, he doesn't even have any theories or ideas that might explain this phenomenon which he can tender to his fine elite readership for approval or rejection.
I know being late is wrong and I ensure my time sheets are the same as co workers regardless of what time I start.Though ignoring them might seem like the easiest way out, we often have to speak to the people who we most want to avoid.Whatever your situation, you can learn to speak with confidence by boosting your self esteem, being assertive, and overcoming your feelings of intimidation.very day people land on my Blog by typing this desperate phrase into their Google search bar:“My Boss Makes Me Feel Like an Idiot.”This good Google fortune is driven from a couple of posts I wrote dealing with the subject of “feeling stupid at work.” These have led to numerous comments, private emails, and even some behind-the-scenes counseling from good people in bad situations looking for some advice.
Apparently, I have captured a micro-audience of tortured souls dealing with the unpleasant challenge of facing a brutish boss every day. Their story is almost always the same: a once-confident worker is suddenly thrust into a new situation with an intimidating boss, and instead of rising to the challenge, a downward spiral ensues of little mistakes, negative self-talk, more fumbling, obsessive rumination and complete loss of confidence.Being Assertive Overcoming the Intimidation Building Your Confidence Community Q&A Speaking to someone who intimidates you can be scary.