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Fundamental Frustration

After moving through the emotions of getting to know the new no decision boss and spending some time in severe frustration, subordinates will eventually realise that decisions will never be made by their no decision manager. This knowledge, a sort of negative awakening, moves subordinates into “fundamental frustration”,

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The different levels of frustration while working for a no-decision boss

Mild frustration is brought on first by the additional extra work necessary for the ‘incremental information’ requested by no-decision managers. And then by ‘judicial absence’ where the new no-decision boss is never in the office, cannot be contacted, and is not available for meetings. Discussions when the boss is present will stay cordial and friendly but nothing gets done, nothing moves forward and no decisions are made, even the simple ones. Exasperation, intense irritation and annoyance will occur at each new tactic…

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Initial reactions

The first encounter with a no-decision boss is usually a pleasant one. No-decision managers are generally friendly, approachable and invariably intelligent.

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