Bayyanna provides us with an example of how to deal with negativity and resistance when she writes, “There are two young ladies with such negative behavior. If and when either one of them attempts to speak to me in a disrespectful manner, I address it to ensure that they aware that I a not intimidated by their negative behavior. I’ve built stronger relationships with the other co-workers in the office to stay away from the negativity. I focus on doing my job well and maintain a cordial relationship with the individuals. The extent of our conversations are centered around only work.”I want to make sure you review one of the sections in our assigned readings. In Chapter 5, Effective Leadership and Human Relations, the Leadership Lessons from Steve Jobs are discussed.Manning and Curtis indicate, “Despite his reputation as a difficult leader, Jobs learned and grew from experience. He evolved from a young and impetuous entrepreneur to become a thoughtful and resilient company-builder” (2019, p 194).However, he was known as a difficult leader to work for. What about standing up to an autocratic boss? How about standing up to Steve Jobs at Apple?One of the insights that I gained when I read the Steve Jobs biography by Walter Issacson is in the chapter of the book called “Building the Mac,” The chapter relates an interesting discovery was made by veterans of the Mac development team. They could get away with standing up to Jobs, if they knew what they were talking about. In Issacson’s words, “If they turned out to be right, he would appreciate their renegade attitude and willingness to ignore authority. After all, that’s what he did” (Issacson, 2011, p. 145). What examples do you have related to standing up to an autocratic boss? How did it work out?ReferencesIssacson, W. (2011). Steve Jobs. New York, New York: Simon & Schuster.Manning, G. & Curtis, K. (2019). The art of leadership (6th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Education.