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Managing Your Boss – 3 Keys to Leading Up. I have been very fortunate to work with some fantastic leaders in my career—but not all managers I have worked for have qualified for that title.
They may have been my bosses, but they were not effective leaders. So what do you do when you have a manager who is not providing the leadership you need or deserve? I suggest three key strategies for managing your boss. Key #1: Manage Yourself First What? Key #2: Communicate Regularly If you don’t do this already, I recommend that you schedule regular one-on-one time with your manager. Key #3: Ask for What You Need Managers are not all-seeing, all-knowing human beings.
What if Your Boss Refuses to be Managed? You can be a solid performer with superior communication and people skills and your manager can still choose to be unsupportive, or even worse: A seagull manager. What other strategies do you use to manage your boss with integrity, in a way that builds the relationship? About the author: Computer Business Review. McKinsey&Company.