The right way to rat out your supervisor

09/23/2008 | Conde Nast Portfolio

When you find yourself covering for your boss' missteps, it might be time to make a bold move, according to Ron Brown, an expert in leadership development. Go to your boss' boss, lay out the scope of your work in a neutral manner and ask for advice. If you leave it up to that person to read between the lines, you're not really being a rat.

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