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How do I politely tell my former manager I no longer work for her?

That's some mad trolling skills... "Yesterday I had to ask if she had asked the right questions for a potential client." Why did you respond at all? What stopped you from just referring her ...
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How do I politely tell my former manager I no longer work for her?

IMHO, the only thing you can do now, is to limit your communications to traceable media only And replying to every one of them with referral to your manager, stating that your workload is not allowing ...
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How to recover from an unprofessional move

Other answers address the work situation; I'll focus on moving on from the meeting itself. You might find it helpful to try to separate out these two things: The difficult situation you're in. Your ...
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How to recover from an unprofessional move

Honestly, this sounds like a reasonable response and I don't think you did anything wrong. It's unprofessional for your superiors or teammates to blame stuff on you that's not your fault. I've had a ...
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How to recover from an unprofessional move

Most people expect others who have made mistakes or missteps to learn from the experience and not repeat the same behavior. As such, mistakes of this kind are tolerated and/or forgiven, with the ...
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I have a toxic boss, can I demand a different project or boss?

Find a new project at your company on your own, then request a transfer. Don't give your boss a chance to thwart you. Don't give your toxic boss a chance to thwart your lateral move. Find a new ...
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I have a toxic boss, can I demand a different project or boss?

I have a toxic boss, can I demand a different project or boss? In the broadest scope of the term demand, yes you can demand a new boss. But what does that mean? There are two paths you can take: ...
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I have a toxic boss, can I demand a different project or boss?

I wanted to know if I can/should demand to be transferred to a different project and assigned a new manager? I've never worked in a company where you could successfully demand a new boss. Perhaps ...
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I have a toxic boss, can I demand a different project or boss?

You can ask. If you have good connections, that might be granted. Or you could play another game: Search around for other projects and bosses, and try joining another project. If you are truly correct,...
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