What Your Boss Really Wants from You by Steve Arneson download in iPad, ePub, pdf
There are some things that I've found are universal and most managers aren't great at communicating. Most bosses, therefore, are cautious to give feedback on how problems should be brought up.
Try new behaviors, and stop destructive ones. Know ahead of time Not all bosses want the same thing, but many bosses do expect and want certain attributes and behaviors from their employees. Be proactive and show an ability to learn and improve while still balancing your current role. There is no easy solution to this problem.
Chance are, the only difference is experience. Finally, you have to turn all of this insight into self-awareness and behavior change.
Sometimes it can be difficult to determine if you are doing a good job, or if your boss expects more. Over time, you will be able to see his or her likes or dislikes. Also, it can be a good idea to schedule regular one-on-ones with your boss in order to foster communication. Of course, the understudy is less experienced than the lead, but it is by working to bridge that gap that the understudy improves and becomes ready to stand center stage when the curtain comes up. If your boss shows a clear preference for someone, try to figure out why.
That makes it critical to show progress and adaptability beyond just your role. As a manager, take these as tips to communicate to your team even if it's hard. Perhaps you hate your boss and you fear you might get so frustrated that you will lose your temper someday.
If you are confused about a project, then ask for clarification. All the management books in the world only go so far because every employee is different and managers face a challenge when adapting to their individual team members.
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