10 Myths About Managing Your Manager


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10MYTHS ABOUT YOUR EMPLOYEE-MANAGER RELATIONSHIP


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Myth #1 If you are a high-performer, then your boss shouldn’t tell you how to do your job


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Everyone needs guidance, direction, and support to succeed (& high performers probably know that)


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Myth #2 In order to be creative at work, you need to be left alone to do things your own way


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You need to know the requirements of every task, responsibility, or project before you can even think about being creative


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Myth #3 If someone else is getting special treatment, then you should too


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Treating everyone the same, regardless of performance, is totally unfair


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Figure out exactly what that person did to earn special treatment...


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...and exactly what you need to do to earn it yourself 8 Things to D o BEFORE manage you you r boss


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Myth #4 The path to success is catering to your boss’s style and preferences


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Your path to success is making sure you get: • Clear and realistic expectations •  Necessary resources • Fair, accurate, honest feedback •  Appropriate recognition and rewards for your work


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Myth #5 “Making friends” with your boss is smart workplace politics


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Develop a genuine rapport, regardless of whether you are friends 8 Things to D o BEFORE manage you you r boss


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Myth #6 Hiding from mistakes and problems is a good way to avoid trouble


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Avoid trouble by immediately coming clean about the details of any mistakes or problems


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Myth #7 Being “coached” on your performance is bad news


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A great coach helps you remember to be purposeful about every detail to build your skills


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Myth #8 If your boss doesn’t like to read paperwork, you don’t need to keep track of your performance in writing


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You owe it to yourself (& the organization) to keep track of everything you do in writing


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Myth #9 If you are not a “people person,” then you’ll have a hard time getting ahead in the workplace


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Charm alone doesn’t cut it in a world that is FIERCELY COMPETITIVE RAPIDLY CHANGING KNOWLEDGE DRIVEN GLOBAL NONSTOP


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Myth #10 Some bosses are just too busy to meet with you


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No matter how busy, your boss does not have time to NOT meet with you 8 Things to D o BEFORE manage you you r boss


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