Your Boss's Profile: Pisces
The rare successful and happy Pisces boss feels that their work isn't just a job but an actual calling. These Pisceans find their true life's passion in their career and embrace it as zealously as a new religion. These bosses aren't in it for the power or material gain but for the good of the company, the community, or the industry. Some Pisces bosses, however, may not be able to convince themselves of this higher purpose. You might find them sitting behind their desks with dreary expressions on their faces as they day dream of an elicit escape to Paris or a leisurely lunch. Either way, Pisceans are not by nature great leaders.
Forgetful, spacey, and emotional they are drawn more to conceptual work than details. They can also seem unbearably inconsistent at times -- flip flopping between the conventional and unconventional. Beneath their surface lies uncertainty and an unwillingness to make decisions. Despite their lack in leadership ability, they are usually well-liked in the office. Their employees are generally loyal and sympathetic to this understanding and humanistic, if absent-minded, boss. Piscean bosses are extremely compassionate souls who enjoy reaching out and helping others. They may sit for hours and talk philosophy with a co-worker. In a clinch, their support usually goes to the bean counters and employees who can take care of the dirty work. If you are trying to get in good with a Pisces boss, be sure to avoid pressuring them. Solve your own problems and come to them with ways of making their imaginative ideas fly. Piscean bosses have a problem saying no, so you shouldn't try to appeal to them directly. In the end, they will only feel resentful that you 'took advantage' of them. Clip that article about soul in the workplace for them and don't keep any secrets -- their innate psychic ability will sense it.