How to deal with a boss who frequently pretends your ideas are theirs. In other words, you make a suggestion a week ago and you see that they've suggested it again, but as their idea.
Give them another ideas but not the full details! So what happens is this, when they pretend the idea is theirs, you can jump in with the real complete idea that's far superior and thought through. If you continue to do this regularly it will show them to be not as clever as you:)
Sounds like you are suggesting your ideas to the wrong person. Move up a little.
brand your idea, come with prototype, legal documents, witness or something,
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