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I understand clearly what he wants to accomplish by doing such kind of things. He is overly ambitious person and wants me to be seen in bad light and then fired from my job, so that he is the star in the team. What evidence do you have? How can I deal with him as I don't want to deny his requests as I'm a very soft hearted and polite man? I'm going to ...


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I don't want to deny his requests as I'm a very soft hearted and polite man? I understand the feeling, however some requests are not pure. The solution to this is not to attempt to deal with it realtime, but instead create canned responses ahead of time. This is not a new idea, we train our children the same way regarding stranger danger. If he wants to ...


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You'd better realise very quickly and very certainly that you're in a dangerous situation. Right after that, you should start getting particularly angry that a little rat face is manipulating you with the premeditated, determined goal to suck you dry until he can spit out the last bits of dregs - all for his own entertainment. He is actively enjoying every ...


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Your manager should be the one directing your work activities. If anyone else tries to, you should ask yourself, What would my manager want me to do? If the answer to that is not obvious, go ask your manager. Do not allow other staff to usurp your manager's role. In the meantime, give your coworker a non-committal generic response. Don't give them ...


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"I'll think about it." is a good immediate response. It is polite to give thought to his suggestions, but remember they are suggestions, not orders that must be obeyed. If the junior developer has a strong personality, never make a final decision about his suggestions in his presence. Stick to "I'll think about it.". What you actually do must be based on ...


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I don't want to deny his requests as I'm a very soft hearted and polite You're going to need to learn how to say "No." I'm not saying you need to become mean or rude, but you are going to need to learn to stand up for yourself.


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How can I deal with him as I don't want to deny his requests as I'm a very soft hearted and polite man? Sorry to say this but if you want this to stop then you will have to deny this person's requests. Next time this person suggests you do something, politely reply "That seems like an interesting idea. However, I have some other things to do, so you will ...


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