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    Managing: People, Groups, and Teams

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    Patricia works as a marketing consultant at a prestigious firm. She was thrilled when she got the job. However, she feels that her manager is overbearing, is extremely demanding, and treats her unfairly. Though unable to express her frustrations directly, she is less motivated, and this gets reflected in her work. How should Patricia deal with the situation? What steps can she take to build a working relationship with her manager? Give at least three suggestions with your rationale.

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    First, she should try to institute a new organizational strategy that may eliminate some or all of the issues that she's having with her boss. By introducing a new program and taking the lead, she will not only potentially mitigate the issues but also show her manager that ...

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    Patricia works as a marketing consultant at a prestigious firm. She was thrilled when she got the job. However, she feels that her manager is overbearing, is extremely demanding, and treats her unfairly. Though unable to express her frustrations directly, she is less motivated, and this gets reflected in her work. How should Patricia deal with the situation? What steps can she take to build a working relationship with her manager? Give at least three suggestions with your rationale.

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