What to Do If Your Boss Doesn’t Like You
Work towards developing and strengthening your relationship with your subordinates, peers and colleagues.
Your boss will not be able to maintain a poor image of you when there are many who speak good about you. Invest in building deep professional relationships instead of being dependent on one person that does not seem to favour you.
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If you don't have a natural smile, say "great great great" in verses of three, to get the same effect.
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