How to Work for a Leader You Don’t Believe In
Dr. Nicole Lipkin

I think 7 is the most important. “If you want to keep your job, do your job”. It almost sounds like a riff on, “shut up and do your job” to a baby boomer like me. I’m smiling at the irony.
But I would change that rule, in my case, to, “If you want to keep your job, focus on your work.” To me there is a difference between my work and my job, my work is what I do and my job is what I have. I have gotten pretty good at not letting the latter get in the way of the former. When you have been anywhere long enough, when you’ve outlasted a number of your bosses, you start to see the similarities and how to work with, or around, most of them.

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