Logic is simple ~ everyone has a boss they've to answer to. Keep that one person happy and you'll have relaxed time at the job but how exactly to do that? in following, we present to you seven tricks to help you win your bosses confidence and have a happy working life..
approach your boss with a sense of entitlement, as though she is
personally responsible for furthering your career. Instead, focus on
learning what you can do to make her life easier, contribute to your
company’s goals, and make your boss look good to
Keep in mind that your boss is a human being and that she is going to make mistakes. She is not
to make your life difficult. The two of you are on the same team, so
don’t be overly sensitive or critical. Listen without judgment, make a
sincere effort to understand your boss’s position, and patiently explain
your ideas. If you’re unclear about something, ask for clarification
rather than expecting her to read your mind.
if you do something wrong and then ask your boss how you can rectify
the situation. Don’t allow yourself to get caught in a maze of lies or
excuses that will result in a loss of credibility.
Be Respectful of Your Boss’s Time
in her office with a checklist of things you need to cover and don’t
dwell too long on any particular subject. Your boss will be more
receptive to meeting with you if she knows you’ll be in and out of her
approach your boss with a problem or complaint if you've explored all
options for resolving it yourself. When you do, be prepared to have a
solution at hand that you could implement with his help. Choose your
battles wisely, and decide carefully if bringing an issue to your boss’s
attention is really necessary or if you would be better off letting it
your boss to genuinely like you. If she expresses an outrageous
political opinion or offers unsolicited advice about your personal life,
nod and smile. You don’t have to agree, but you don’t have to disagree
either. Your boss’s feelings should be protected at all times.
Compliment your boss, if it’s appropriate, and thank her profusely for
any efforts on your behalf. Do personal favors for her and brown nose all
you want, but make sure you do it sincerely. Your boss will smell
phoniness a million miles away—and believe me, she won’t appreciate it.
Even if your boss isn’t someone you’d choose as a friend, focus on the
things about her you do like, and do your best to establish a positive
Be a “Can-Do” Employee
When your boss asks you to do something, accommodate her, if possible. The words
I don’t have time
should never escape your lips. If you know something needs to be done,
do it without being prodded, and if your boss asks for help in a group
setting, be the first to volunteer. Your boss will quickly come to see
you as a huge asset to the team and as someone he can count on.
Try a few of these and see if your boss becomes a trusted mentor for life.