You once felt flattered when your boss asked for your help. Eventually, you realized she was playing Tom Sawyer and conning you into whitewashing her fence. Sure, you can joke that your boss’s guiding philosophy is delegate and disappear.
Good manager make their staff less reliant on them. By that measure, your boss regular Jack Welch. He compliments you for being resourceful, not realizing that you have to go around him to get answers. Take out the self-serving hand-wringing and your boss has a point. You must go out and make something happen and fix whatever goes wrong.
Don’t Slack Off:
When the going gets tough well, your boss slips out with yet another ailment or appointment. She is oblivious to her example, forgetting that what supervisors project is what employees absorb and reflect. You may think your boss has little to teach you.
Your boss heads of to another off-site meeting and the speculation begins. You’d like to believe he can work effectively on a mobile basis, even though his laptop collects dust while he’s gone. Sure, you can bond with peers by partaking in conspiracy theories. In Reality you’re just diminishing yourself and making a bad situation worse. So what should you say the next time someone asks, “what’s his deal?” Remember this a smiling “no comment” is often more damning than commentary would be.
Give It Time:
“This is the person who makes decisions for us?” You’ve probably not alone in losing confidence in your boss. Chances are, she’s coasting on borrowed time. Eventually, the higher-up will take notice as production drops, turnover rises, and those whispers build to a roar.
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