Our expert says:
I guess where the unpleasant boss is CEO, its unlikely anyone else will be able to helpfully intervene to persuade him to change his behaviour. Frankly, some CEO's are spoilt brats, and need the help of Supernanny. Keep in mind at all times that you are competent and knowledgeable, and that it is not your fault when his impulsive demands cause problems. Don't lose confidence in yourself. Another job might well be an answer, as it's not inevitable that you'd be landed again with someone difficult to get along with. So do keep looking.
Meanwhile, maybe, remember my standard technique in choosing how to respond to rude and unpleasant people. Apart from scanning to see if there is any reasonable content within their growling, picture them as one of those frustrated dogs you might pass when walking down the street, who bark at you unpleasantly - and how you don't take offense at that barking - and that tose barks tell you more about the dog than they do about you
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