[Don’t worry. We’re not getting personal here.]
[And oh, by the way, if you and your boss aren’t in the same location, this is a great resource.]
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It’s worth it to get to know your boss’s preferences, habits and hot buttons. For instance, when you act on your knowledge of your boss’s preferred method of communication, or what type of interaction to expect from them on a daily basis, you can seem to meet their needs effortlessly. The whole deal is about being viewed as what I call a high-performing, low-maintenance employee. Just acting on “intelligence” on what makes your boss tick, can take you a long way.
You don’t have to have to initiate discussions with your boss about these topics to get the scoop. This guide contains 3 categories of items that, with your knowledge of them, will help you navigate your relationship with your boss with more ease.
Though I still offer tips on having conversations, the most important thing is to learn about your boss’s unique preferences and what to expect under some very specific circumstances.
For instance, do you know how your boss defines “asap” or what she sees as important enough to call her at home? You certainly don’t want to find out by accident, AND be wrong.
You can find out these things through observation, by asking a question during an opportune moment in a conversation, or even by asking others. But first you have to be aware of what you are listening for. The points in this guide help.
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