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I Hate My Boss


Bosses can drive you crazy. How do you deal with micromanagers, unclear direction -- or get a promotion? Our workplace heroes Liz Dolan (ex-CMO, Nike, NatGeo Channels) and Larry Seal (executive coach) will help you make the big decisions, sort through the small stuff, and get more fulfillment from your work life. A fictional ad agency, Penn & Pencil, will serve as a comedic point of reference for your questions. I Hate My Boss. Workplace Drama. Comedic Relief.

All episodes are available now. You can binge the series ad-free on Wondery+ or on Amazon Music with a Prime membership or Amazon Music Unlimited subscription.

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Our Editor's Take

Hearing people say that they hate their boss is not an uncommon sentiment. But what are they supposed to do about it? I Hate My Boss is a podcast designed to advise people on navigating complicated workplace problems. While the issues on the show may be annoying, the two cohosts manage to keep things interesting and fun. They also give excellent advice.

The two creators of the I Hate My Boss podcast both have extensive business backgrounds. Liz Dolan has worked as a chief marketing officer for a number of major companies. These include Nike, National Geographic, and Fox Sports. In addition, she was the CMO for Oprah Winfrey's network, OWN. She is also a cocreator and cohost of the popular radio show Satellite Sisters.

Podcast cohost Larry Seal is the founder and CEO of Engaged Leadership. EL is a consulting firm that helps executives be better team leaders. He has previously served as a lecturer at several universities on this subject. He has offered professional development services to over 200 companies.

Between the two hosts of this podcast, they have a lot of insight and experience to offer. The show often features people calling and leaving voicemails detailing their problem. Because the person committing the offense is their boss, callers are usually unsure of what to do. In many cases, they want to resolve the issue but are afraid of losing their job. That's where the I Hate My Boss hosts step in to help and offer advice on how to approach the situation.

I Hate My Boss provides a humorous way to address everyday workplace problems. Listeners may appreciate the humor and wisdom on the podcast.

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