Answered by Dean, Hiring Expert at Archer Daniels Midland, on Tuesday, August 15, 2017
That is always a tough situation, but you have several ways of dealing with it. First off, my standard advice if you like the organization you need to look for the positive. If you plan to be a manager one day, this can be to your benefit.
First off, look for the "why". Why did you boss do what he or she did. When you look from their vantage point, things look differently and it may help you to understand that it is not to be mean or a bad boss. Also, be upfront and ask them why they did what they did. Not in a confrontational way, but rather as a learning opportunity.
If it is simply a personality clash, for the things your Boss does that upset you, make a note and do not do the same thing to your subordinates when you are in that role. Remember most times the boss will move on or up before you do.
The last option would be of course if it is too stressful, than look for another job. Please keep in mind, there is no perfect organization and you may find yourself in a worse situation regretting the move.
Best of Luck