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Good answers already. There is one other thing to contemplate in these sorts of situations. Your boss is slowly digging a hole. He may soon just leave, quite possibly he is actively job hunting. There is potentially an opportunity if the scenario is right for advancement. So look closely at what could be done to make yourself look like a good candidate for ...


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Your boss is feeling bitter and burned. This is apparently the core of your current issue. So, try to help that as best you can. The first thing you can do is go to your boss, and ask what you can do to help. It's a nontrivial emotional lift, but talking with him, listening to him, and being supportive will likely help at least some, and it's highly ...


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This is a battle that is being fought way above your paygrade. The only thing you can really do is talk to your boss in private, preferably after work, offsite. Remember, what you are seeing are the results of disputes you have not seen. Maintain your course, and try to bring as much of a positive attitude as you can muster, make changes where you can, ...


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My boss is motivated but is no longer engaged and suspects he is losing his job and this is making everyone feel unhappy, what can I do? Do your job, to the best of your ability. Part of your job is to help your boss do his by providing any work related information (ie Systems is running slow due to XYZ and I fixed it before it was noticed ). Factual ...


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