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How to Cope With a Boss Who Meddles Too Much
How to Cope With a Boss Who Meddles Too Much

"You're not going to change a micromanager's habits overnight," said Marilyn Puder-York, an independent executive coach in New York and the author of "The Office Survival Guide: Surefire Techniques for Dealing With Challenging People and Situations." "Remember that reversing this kind of behavior takes time."

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The New York Times

Preparing for Leaner Times
Preparing for Leaner Times

''Getting your self-esteem from money, power, and control is diminishing,'' says Marilyn Puder-York, a psychologist who counsels scores of executives and professionals in New York.

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Fortune 

Managing; Rankings by the Rank and File
Managing; Rankings by the Rank and File

"Two-way appraisal fosters the partnership relationship that many companies now want with employees," said Tod White, chairman of Blessing/White Inc., human resource consultants in Princeton. Conversely, it can provide a safety valve for employees stuck with bad bosses who do not want to change, said Dr. Marilyn Puder-York, a clinical psychologist who practices on Wall Street. "Many of the executives who survived the 1980's are jungle fighters, not leaders," she said. "Upward appraisal lets their employees vent frustrations in a safe forum."

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The New York Times