|Your distress, anger, and potential rage are practically palpable. You have negative labels for your manager and management in general, and it truly sounds like you are about to lose control. Fortunately, you understand that if you do so, you will be playing into the hands of your manager and setting the stage for serious discipline and possible termination.|
For the immediate future, you should continue to do your best work on the job, and then make sure that management beyond your direct manager is aware of your performance and productivity. Since your managerís comments regarding your work are ďfar from the truth,Ē it is up to you to get the truth out. This doesnít mean running around and bragging, but rather including your achievements and accomplishments as part of your email and general communications. If management starts to understand the excellence of your work, perhaps your managerís less-than-excellent actions will be more accurately perceived.
Over the longer term, if your manager and management in general continue to make moves that degrade you and your work, perhaps itís time for you to make a move beyond this organization.