When do I say something?
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|Wed, 12-23-2009 - 11:54am|
This is actually two questions. I think I've mentioned before that my co-teacher has been less than helpful and has also been sabotaging me. I used to mention her actions to her in the nicest way possible, but I no longer do because she always has a 'good excuse' for her actions and never apologizes. My question? Do I start telling her about her actions but be more blunt about it? Make sure I tell her that she's been hurtful and unhelpful and tell her how others perceive her actions? Because, seriously, I don't think that she 'gets' that her actions have any impact on me. (I think she's got some social issues).
Part 2 of the question is about my boss. I have not told my boss about any of the things my co-teacher has done. I've been documenting her actions on my computer and am on page 5! Every other teacher who has worked with my co-teacher has talked to the boss has left, and the evil one is still here. I don't believe it will get me far. So, do I *ever* talk to my boss? Do I wait until she asks me how it's going? Do I say something before I give my resignation? Or do I just keep my mouth shut and leave quietly?