Dealing with intimidating managers
So, it's important to be aware of possible cultural faux pas.
She had been subjected to a very public "dressing down" by her manager at a respected publishing house.He shouted at Hannah in front of her team members, his language was wholly inappropriate, and at one point he even suggested that he regretted not giving the project to one of her colleagues.This is just one extreme example of rudeness in the workplace.In this article, we look at what to do if you encounter rudeness on your team or from your boss. It is generally defined as a display of disrespect, a breaking of social norms or expectations, a breach of etiquette, or ignoring "accepted" behavior.
It can also mean someone behaving inconsiderately, aggressively or deliberately offensively.If it's not nipped in the bud, it can become "normalized" and embedded into your workplace culture.