Before managing the staff in dealing with supervisors and managers, it is necessary to recognize types of behavior they exhibit. This has not been previously analyzed through concise research. Using Analytic Auto-ethnography can help us to provide a model based on two indicators of courage and adaptability, which can be low, medium or high. Four main types of employee behaviors towards supervisors and managers will be examined in this study and other less analyzed behaviors will be examined in future research. Within the framework of this model, great courage and low adaptability leads to aggressive employee behavior towards supervisors or managers, courage and great adaptability to staff interaction with supervisors or managers, courage and low adaptability to vilifying, and a low courage and great adaptability results in staff ingratiation in dealing with supervisors or managers. Desirable treatment is the interaction that comes from the loyal staff.