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Do you have a Bad Boss - a boss who makes your daily eight-plus hours an exercise in abject misery; mind-bending soul-searing abuse that you endure day after day? There is hope! Join us as best-selling author and speaker Dr. Noelle Nelson shares the secrets of how to turn the tables on a Bad Boss so he or she begins to behave the way you want them to - so you get more of what you want out of your job and career. And it doesn't matter if your boss is a raging egomaniac, a tyrannical finger pointer, an incompetent boss or any other type of Bad Boss, they all can be worked to your advantage. Dr. Nelson will show you how! (Check out the book trailer here.) Here’s some of what you’ll learn:


  • The three most common types of Bad Bosses
  • The secret fears and secret desires that drive your Bad Boss’s behavior
  • How to use what you discover about your bad boss’s secrets to your advantage at work
  • Real life examples of workers who turned their work life with a Bad Boss from awful to awesome
  • Plus a Q&A at the end
Join us on Wednesday, October 9 at 1 PM (EST) for a special webinar on networking your way to the top. Presenter: Dr. Noelle Nelson, author of Got A Bad Boss? Work That Boss To Get What You Want At Work. NOTE: Can’t attend the live broadcast? No worries – A recorded version will be sent out to everyone who signed up within 48 hours.

About The Presenter

Dr. Noelle Nelson is a trial and business consultant, relationship expert, author and speaker who has empowered countless individuals to be happier, healthier and more successful at work, at home and in relationships. Dr. Nelson shares her proactive and positive outlook in her many books and seminars. Most recently, In Make More Money By Making Your Employees Happy (Mindlab Publishing), she shows how an appreciated employee impacts company success. Now, in Got a Bad Boss?, Dr. Nelson shows how you can turn the tables on a Bad Boss—how employees can thrive despite a “boss from hell.” Dr. Nelson holds advanced degrees in clinical psychology from the United States International University (M.A., Ph.D.), and sociology degrees from the University of California at Los Angeles (B.A.) and the Sorbonne, Paris (Maitrise, Doctorat 3eme Cycle). She is a licensed clinical psychologist.

Watch This Webinar!

Join us for this special presentation on dealing with bad bosses and getting what you want. Presenter: Dr. Noelle Nelson, author of Got A Bad Boss? Work That Boss To Get What You Want At Work.   WATCH NOW ►   Photo Credit: Shutterstock
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