Thursday, November 10, 2005

Which Boss Do You Like?

At your job you have two bosses. Boss A and Boss B. There are a few other random bosses, but these are the two to whom you must report.

Boss A is a nice guy. He wants to get the job done and believes in getting input from everyone on the team. Even if he doesn't like your idea, he thanks you for your participation and explains to you why your proposal doesn't work. He's a smart guy and likes to mentor others so that they can grow their skills. When he criticizes employees, he does so in a way that inspires them to work harder, never speaking in a condescending tone.

Boss B is an asshole. He belittles people when they don't meet deadlines, he calls them stupid when he doesn't like their ideas and he does not care if the employees are happy at their jobs or not. There is a job to be done and he wants it done his way, without him needing to explain it, or you're out. He is smart, his way is the right way and your opinions are irrelevant.

We lawyers have an abundance of B's. The law tends to attract a lot of arrogant, self-righteous assholes to the profession. Excuse my language, but there really is no polite way to say it. And I have worked with the spectrum of them. Fortunately, I have worked with more A's than B's, but even one Boss B is enough to make work miserable.

My first week as a lawyer, I was given an assignment from a partner who went to Harvard and thinks that people who didn't go to Harvard are not worthy of being in his presence. I was told to review a plaintiff's discovery requests and draft as many objections as were arguably applicable. So, I went to work and drafted a boatload of objections. When we reviewed my work, he chuckled at my stupidity for overobjecting; he lectured me on how much it angers judges to see too many objections and sent me to do another revision, with the guidance "try thinking next time." I finished the work, returned it and never spoke to him again. Until he needed something. A last minute court appearance came up and he needed someone to cover it because he had a conflict. Although I had very little to do that day, I apologized profusely for being swamped with work and gleefully declined the opportunity to save his ass.

Later in practice, I helped a partner prepare for trial. She asked me to write a motion that had no law supporting it. I told her there was no legal basis, that it really made no sense and that I was having a hard time writing an argument I did not believe. She bad-mouthed me to the rest of the partners for being stupid, not paying attention and refusing to follow orders. Needless to say, she ended up writing the motion, which not only lost, but the judge sanctioned her $1,000 for making a frivolous argument. The judge ended up sanctioning the client on five different occasions for frivolous motions from that partner.

Contrast those experiences with an A boss with whom I worked. I prepared a legal brief for him and he called me into his office to discuss it. "You have great ideas", he told me, "but your writing is unorganized and lacks precision." I really respected the guy so I was devastated. Not because my work was bad, but because I felt like I let him down. For the next hour, we discussed the art of legal writing, he shared similar mistakes he had made and what he learned from them and offered to review all motions I wrote. A few months later, he received a last minute motion from the plaintiffs in a case that required immediate attention. Even though I was busy on other cases, I volunteered to pull an all-nighter with him to make sure he was prepared for court the next day. I am a smarter, better lawyer because of him and we are friends to this day.

My personal story is applicable to any industry. You build up people by teaching them, setting an example and instilling confidence rather than by demeaning them and stunting their growth. When you treat people with respect, they will be loyal to you forever. As the old adage goes, you can sweeten better with honey than with vinegar.

On the politics front, the Republican party has become Boss B. No one respects you, no one listens to you and your beligerence is alienating even the most loyal supporters. Boss B's destroy companies by running out talented people who refuse to be treated disrespectfully. Boss B's dedicate inordinate amounts of energy on blame games instead of learning from lessons. They are the ultimate finger-pointing buck passers.

Anyone who has worked a day in her life has worked for a Boss B -- and wanted to quit the job because of it. If you wouldn't work for a Boss B, why would you vote for one?

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At 1:43 PM, November 10, 2005 , Blogger Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

11 10 05

II what a good post. But I think you have ragged on the Repubs without considering the so called progressive wing of the Demoncat party. I agree that many Repubs are statists and not truly conservative and also that the religious right's influence on the party has invited judgmentalism to the party. But I also take issue with the progressives too. Living in SF really showed me just how intolerant so called progressives can be. And notice the racial jokes about the guy running in MD (or DC). All that crap is unacceptable. But to be fair, I think blame for type B Boss behavior should be ascribed to both parties for fucking up (pardon the language) our democratic system. And as I have said before, the Republican rhetoric has become far more appealing than the Demoncat stuff. I take real issue with the paternalism and arrogance that many Leftists exhibit. I have noticed more to the right (NOT religous right though) who are ignorant but curious. A lot of progressives err that way because they feel it is the party of the educated and look down on others and their opinions. Well in the Central Valley, the majority of the people are conservative, and they support the United Way CoMPLETELY off of private donations. So your post is complex and shows how complicated this system really is.

 
At 2:02 PM, November 10, 2005 , Blogger Intellectual Insurgent said...

MSR - I agree that the bombastic nonsense equally comes from the left. Honestly, I sometimes forget that the Democratic party exists. They are an impotent, spineless bunch of cowards who are capable of doing little more than mimicing the Republican machine, so I don't pay much attention to what they are doing. In contrast, I get such a heavy dosage of Republican rhetoric in the blogosphere, that my view is jaded in that regard.

I lived in Boston for three years so you don't need to convince me about racist Democrats. I was a Republican when I lived there and was absolutely mortified by the racism and intolerance in a town that claims to be so high brow intellectual and tolerant. They are only "liberal" to the extent they are pro-union. Otherwise, they are no better than the racists of the south who they bash. I can't tell you how much I dislike that town.

Thank you for checking me though. I will be more alert to add some balance to the criticism. There is some crap from France and the U.N. that ruffled my feathers a few weeks ago about which I have been meaning to write.

 
At 3:06 PM, November 10, 2005 , Blogger Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

11 10 05

Sure II and thx for responding. I like your article, but it is quite apparent that the statists have pissed you off to no avail. And I can understand that. As to your Boston experience, I have heard that it is quite racially fractured. I have actually never been. When given the opportunity, I usually will go to the mountains of CA or even hang out in Vancouver before I go to Boston. Please do forgive my myopia, it is just that I like small rural mountain towns and I am a mountain kindagal! It must have been trippy being in Boston with all the history of Englightenment ideals and the blatant racism. How interesting. Kinda like the homeless people in SF and the Leftists who are there to "help" them. Funny that I never saw these blowhards at the shelter volunteering. But then, I am not self righteous enough to believe that all Leftists are bad. My daddy is a good man, but still a leftist....I think I would do well to add some more commenters on the blog too. I have been getting tons of Republicans and I do like what many of them have to say. But I don't get too many leftists visiting my site. One guy cursed me out and left some hate speech on his blog about me. But other than that, I would say my blog traffic is mostly (ostensibly) conservative. OK I have ranted. But I understand the frustration. I would just like to have more balance in the discussions and blah blah blah. Say, have a good weekend eh! :)

 
At 4:09 PM, November 10, 2005 , Blogger Patrick Joubert Conlon said...

Yes, II, the GOP has become arrogant but at least they wield their power openly instead deceitfully manipulating people the way the Dems do with their self-righteousness and emotional blackmail or just plain old lies like Michael Moore.

I've had good bosses like Boss A and bad ones like Boss B but the worst was Boss C the seemingly "nice" (but really not) two-faced incompetent.

 
At 4:13 PM, November 10, 2005 , Blogger Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

11 10 05

"Yes, II, the GOP has become arrogant but at least they wield their power openly instead deceitfully manipulating people the way the Dems do with their self-righteousness and emotional blackmail or just plain old lies like Michael Moore.

I've had good bosses like Boss A and bad ones like Boss B but the worst was Boss C the seemingly "nice" (but really not) two-faced incompetent."

Well Patrick:
You said what I could have said in just one paragraph! lol!

 
At 4:14 PM, November 10, 2005 , Blogger Intellectual Insurgent said...

Patrick,

Thanks for stopping by. I must disagree with you however. I think the GOP has engaged in nothing but deceit and fear-mongering to advance its agenda. I rarely hear positive things coming from them. It's a whole lot of hot air about commies, sinners, the godless, etc. I am waiting for the R's to actually practice what they preach, like fiscal conservatism.

Good point about the Boss C's though. I've worked for those types too. :-)

 
At 4:21 PM, November 10, 2005 , Blogger Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

11 10 05

But II wouldn't you agree that those GOPers who are talking that stuff are part of the religious right? As a kid I always thought Republicans had money and were focused on making it. All the movies in the eighties focused on how great capitalism was, and I don't recall so much Godspeak. I was young though. I think the GOP might be fracturing into two parties, the libertarian type Ayn Randians and the evangelicals. I used to post on this one blog www.dellgines.com However, ideological disagreements forced me to be honest and tell him that I wouldn't post on his site anymore. I get really annoyed when reason isn't included in discussions and there is only dogma. But check out Capitalism magazine for some GOPers and Libertarians who are more secularist!

 
At 4:31 PM, November 10, 2005 , Blogger Intellectual Insurgent said...

I think you are right on about the GOP fracturing into two pieces. The religious fundamentalists and the business people. And business always wins. That is the crux of the illegal immigration issue. Big business doesn't want the borders sealed because cheap illegal labor helps cut costs. Bush answers to them at the end of the day, which is why no matter how much barking the other parts of the GOP do about illegal immigration, they will not get their way.

Since Bush was elected, it seems like the religious people have been given more leeway than they deserve or ever had and that is what has turned fiscally conservative secularists such as myself and my family away from the party. I can only hope that the business people start putting the smack down on the religious people.

As a lawyer, I also see the Republicans as a threat to the Constitution. They want to give the executive and the federal government unlimited power to put the Constitution in the toilet whenever they are scared. They are attacking our system of checks and balances with no regard for the consequences.

 
At 4:36 PM, November 10, 2005 , Blogger Intellectual Insurgent said...

Theodore Herzl, one of the founding fathers of Israel, wrote the following about the role of religion in the Jewish state:

"We will not let any theocratic impulse of religious people to raise its head. We will know to keep them in their synagogues. They must not intervene in matters of state."

 
At 4:39 PM, November 10, 2005 , Blogger Birdy said...

Nice post. Well composed...although a bit long for my short attention span. Kidding.
See ya!

 
At 4:48 PM, November 10, 2005 , Blogger Patrick Joubert Conlon said...

II, I just said to you on my blog that I'm just sorry you aren't a Republican anymore. We need people with principles.

You sound like an idealist to me. Are you still young? To me both parties are a threat to the Constitution. I ssimply chose the lesser of two evils because I detest socialism.

 
At 4:59 PM, November 10, 2005 , Blogger Intellectual Insurgent said...

Is 32 (almost 33) young?

Perhaps I am idealistic, but I believe that choosing the lesser of two evils requires you to choose evil nonetheless. I am not cool with that and there aren't only two choices (as I said on your blog).

Here is the comment I just left on a Republican blog about why I think both sides suck. Let me know what you think.

The Republicans are just as much in favor of welfare as the Democrats and that is why I can't stand either party. The Dems want to give welfare to people, but R's complain (using NO as an example) that giving money to poor people dose nothing to improve their lot. It's throwing good money after bad. I agree, but following the Republican principles, you would think they would be against foreign aid that has been found time and time again to do nothing but line the pockets of corrupt dictators, but Bushie and his pals keep giving the money away to the likes of Musharraf (that f'ing sleeze bag). If I have to choose, I'd rather give the money to an American than a Pakistani dictator. That's just me though.

Republicans claim to want justice in the legal system, so they make the bankruptcy act horribly oppressive to the 96% who use it lawfully and punishment to the 4% who abuse the system. All the while, corporations (that are nothing more than collections of individuals) get to rob their employees, make bad decisions, file bankruptcy with ease and reincarnate themselves later with no objection from the R's (can anyone say WorldCom/MCI?). Doesn't the Bible say something about the Lord detesting those who acquit the guilty and condemn the innocent?

Dems want to tax us to death to pay for their follies while the R's want to keep printing money until the dollar is worth nothing. Neither is doing us any favors at the end of the day.

Both sides want judicial activism as long as the result benefits them. Both sides want to impose their image of morality on everyone else. Both sides want welfare so long as it goes to their constituents. And both sides are a bunch of hypocrite wind-bags who have little good to offer to the populace.

 
At 6:41 PM, November 10, 2005 , Blogger Patrick Joubert Conlon said...

II, I'm a Reagan Republican - even he described himself as a libertarian - so I understand what you're saying.

Yes, you are still young - the same age as my son but there's nothing wrong with being idealistic. I'm glad you are. I really can't argue with you and don't want to because I admire your uncompromising ways. But I'm too old to be idealistic - I just don't expect perfection from human beings.

And yes, the GOP really is in bad shape but it never was a perfect institution. Reagan was an anomaly and talked a good libertarian talk but the GOP has always been just as statist as the Dems - you can't get more statist than waging a civil war.

I'm a Republican mostly because of the grass-roots Reps not the party. I like other business people like me and I just can't stand lefties and hippies and gays eventhough I was a commie hippie fag in the 60s. I just don't like or trust them and I detest socialism.

Anyway, it's been a pleasure to make your acquaintance and I hope to get to know you better.

 
At 8:25 AM, November 11, 2005 , Blogger Adrianne said...

I would just like to say the Ivy League attitude is difficult to deal with- and something that is essentially encouraged in the classroom, and curriculm. I went to Yale as a transfer student, and my approach to academics and opportunities is that I needed to work hard to keep them and deserve them, while my classmates had the "sense of entitlement" approach, which I have discussed with many profs on a few occasions. It always shocked me how such an intelligent group of people could be so ignorant to the whole around them. Sorry this post was a little off topic!

 
At 8:41 AM, November 11, 2005 , Blogger Intellectual Insurgent said...

Adrianne -

Your point is well taken. I have some friends who are Yalees and even more folks from Harvard who are really cool, but they have some classmates who think they are gods among us. It's nauseating.
Those same gods are book smart, but can't function in the real world. Amazing.

 
At 4:56 PM, November 11, 2005 , Blogger James Manning said...

II, I'm from Chicago and I too am familiar with the racist ways of Democrats that claim to have Liberal roots. The fact,the Dems are spineless pack of cow dung and should be wiped from the face of the earth. However, the Republicans are a pack of evil genocidal maniacs and should have their souls cast into the lower bowels of hell for all eternity.

With that said, I roll with the Dems because I just can't take the the political Right. It is sickening.

 
At 5:23 PM, November 11, 2005 , Blogger Stalin the Shark said...

I have to say that I'm with James, and for much the same reason. The Dems aren't perfect, and they have what I call legacy problems. But we are sure as hell better than the crazy people on the other side of the aisle, even if we do have the nasty 60s leftists of the kind in San Fran.

Here in New York, I think we may have less intra-party racism than elsewhere, maybe because the 2001 primary - in which there were ugly racial slurs - was so ugly. On the other hand, a black legislator in the city this summer said to a friend that she doesn't do public meetings for white people; it cuts both ways.

:-), StS

 
At 10:47 PM, November 11, 2005 , Blogger Free Agency Rules said...

ii,

I think there are good and bad in all parties.

I think Pat Roberson and others are taken far to seriously by the media and the Left.

I am a Ultra Conservative first and am mainly in the Republican Party because the last thing I want to see is the Socialist Party...er...the Democrat Party, get to do even more tax and spend than the Bushies do.

Hopefully some of the fiscal Conservatives in the Republican party will get some of their spine back or they will be replaced with ones who will.

Reduce the size of Big Government.
Make the tax cuts permanent.
Seal the borders.
Cut gov. spending.

If the R's would run on that platform we will have a real winner.

But instead we will probably get Hillary and we will have our fist Male "First Lady"....Bill Clinton.

Both parties are in bad shape, but I am like Patrick, I don't want the Socialists in the Dem party to ruin our economy any more than they have.

Carter had double digit interest rates (almost 20%) and double digit inflation if my memory serves me.

Thanks to Clinton who stuck his finger in the wind and passed tax cuts like welfare reform and other good legislation, (unlike what Hillarious will do).

Oh well, if Hillarious gets in and we have a terrorist attack on U.S. soil again, it will be Bushes fault anyway....isn't life wonderful.

Hope you Mom is doing O.K. ii, and hope to meet you some day. I admire your spirit and your integrity.


:)


FAR.

 
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