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Managing Up: 59 Ways to Build a Career-Advancing Relationship with Your Boss

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Titel: Managing Up: 59 Ways to Build a Career-Advancing Relationship with Your Boss
Autor/en: Michael S. , Pmp Dobson, Deborah Singer, M. Ed. Dobson

ISBN: 0814470424
EAN: 9780814470428
Empfohlen ab 17 Jahre.
Sprache: Englisch.

4. Oktober 2013 - kartoniert - 272 Seiten

The key to moving up? Managing Up! For readers seeking a surefire career-booster or simply looking to improve their relationship with their boss, this is a welcome guide written specifically to provide them with the skills needed to build a productive, mutually beneficial relationship with their boss.With the inspiring collection of ideas, strategies, and tactics found in Managing Up!, readers will learn to: -- Enhance their relationship with their supervisor in a constructive and effective manner-- Accurately read their boss's likes and dislikes-- Provide the kind of support that helps their boss succeed-- Make sure they're in tune with their boss's goals-- Build mentoring and networking relationships throughout the organization-- Handle criticism, deal with problem bosses, and more.

Do good work; be supportive, not competitive; get involved in your profession; observe your boss' style; give advance warning about problems; keep your word; figure out your boss' likes and dislikes; observe your boss' times of day; learn how your boss feels about paperwork; make sure you're in tune with your boss' goals; help your boss succeed; be a "goodmouther"; learn how to negotiate like a pro; learn when to fight, how to fight, and when to leave well enough alone; visit quickly and not too often; give negative feedback well; don't become a threat; accept responsibility; prepare for your meetings; building an appropriate personal relationship; look like a professional; give credit and praise generously; stand up for what you believe and need; be informative, but not a "tattletale"; build mentoring and networking relationships throughout the organization; listen; tolerate some bad moods; demonstrate total loyalty and respect the chain of command; learn to handle criticism; get organized; limit the "great ideas" and sell them effectively; check your priorities with the big picture; recognize your boss' humanity; be aware of what's going on, but don't get "political"; sharpen your decision skills; consider your boss a customer; work on better communication; manage your time effectively; take your job seriously, but take yourself lightly; build your skills and knowledge in management; develop your writing skills; learn how to train others; arrange for your own performance; appraisals on a regular basis; write a "5-15 report" each week; do more; find the hidden keys to the executive suite; learn the symbolic language of the organization; watch the game film; develop a personal intelligence network in your organization; take care of your monkeys, but don't collect them; identify and go after important job assignments; learn how to delegate; don't try to manipulate, try to influence, instead; uncover hidden agendas; build connections with other departments; identify your boss' allies and enemies to avoid stepping on the wrong toes; ask for a promotion; deal effectively with stereotypes and prejudices; learn how to deal with problem bosses.
Michael Dobson is an author, consultant, and popular seminar leader in project management, communications, and personal success. Deborah S. Dobson, M.Ed., is vice president for human resources for GATX Terminals Corporation in Chicago. An expert in organizational development and management effectiveness, she has consulted for numerous Fortune 500 companies. The Dobsons live in Chicago.
"I like the idea of managing your boss because it changes the power equation: Employees often feel helpless in the face of overwhelming authority of the people they report to. To me, what Dobson really is talking about is a way to achieve mutual respect" --Carol Kleinman, "On the Job "nationally syndicated columnist
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