Rhymer Rigby writes: The trouble is, while generalisations about populations are interesting, they're well known to be very poor guides to individuals. Besides, whatever you might prefer, you very rarely get to choose your boss anyway, so the best, if rather obvious, advice is to recognise your boss as an individual.
"Rather than catergorising according to stereotypes, the real world challenge is finding a way to work with the boss you have regardless of gender," says Emily Frohlich, Client Director of business psychologists Nicholson McBride. "You need to have the self-awareness to set aside your perceptions of differences and ask, 'What is this person in front of me like?"
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