- Be Yourself
You’ve probably heard some of your co-workers refer to their “work wives” or “work husbands.” It’s usually said in jest, but there’s some truth to the sentiment—many of us spend more time with our colleagues than we do with our actual families.
- Strive for Open Communication
How many times have you told your boss that one of his or her ideas isn’t so great? It’s a scary conversation for any employee, but it’s an important one.
Remember Your Boss Is Human, Too
Most leaders come to work with their professional game face on, armed with a to-do list a mile long. They spend their days focused on moving the company closer to its goals. However, even leaders appreciate when their employees see them as something more than the guy or gal who signs their paychecks.
Be the person that speaks with facts, confidence and reasonable suggestions that produce results. This builds your boss’s confidence in you.”
- Put yourself in your boss’s shoes
Figure out the challenges your boss will encounter that day and be prepared to offer solutions
Teach says it's easy to be resentful of your boss, especially if they treat you a certain way, “but they have a job to do, just like you,
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