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How do you handle a co-worker(same level of authority) who disrespects you. I'm the female, he's "the male"?

I am a C.O.O(chief operations officer) against a VP Sales with an ego. I don't jump when he needs something like I do with my boss. He is a whiner and I'm to just "handle the situation". Many sit downs, but no resolution. He does not like to play nice in the sandbox type. It's exhausting and he complains to my boss all the time. I just do my job. How do I detour this from my boss, so he doesn't have to soothe egos so the company can run without dismissing my associate from his position. I'm the company man, he's the company girl(no offensive to women - he's just catty and causes trouble) I'm not the only one he targets - its mainly women. How can I get to a respectable level without causing my boss to have an ulcer - We NEED to work together.

Asked By: mscarlybobarlysmom - 8/15/2006
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Paper work, Paper work, Paper work... More
Answered By: kansas_dragon - 8/15/2006
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get his home number...take him to a motel and call his wife to meet you there. give him a problem to work on besides you ladies at the office.
Answered By: norwood - 8/15/2006
 
See if you have a resume of his on file and post it on monster.com Maybe he will get some offers
Answered By: Rrf00 - 8/15/2006
 
To be willing to work together, all parties have to be willing to participate in the process and focus on collective goals. That's not a decision you can make for your colleague, and frankly if you've already done your part to try to resolve this - it's entirely up to him now about how to resolve this... More
Answered By: eers - 8/15/2006
 
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Answered By: ◄ i post ► - 8/15/2006
 
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