Get Better at Managing Up: Overcoming an Imperfect Boss
The conversation about Imperfect Bosses continues. Today, I’m excited to bring you several additional resources for managing up, including a free knowledge assessment. And an interview on how to avoid diminisher behaviors in my Multiplier of the Year Award interview from the Wiseman Group.
I hope you will share this with anyone having a challenging relationship with their boss.
Overcoming An Imperfect Boss Credspark Challenge:
How well do you manage up? How are you handling a difficult boss? Why does it all matter?
The most useful part is clicking on the learn more links at the end to take you to additional free resources for managing up. Let me know what you think and please pass it along. I want to help as many people as possible.
Managing Up in Tricky Situation: How to deal with an accidental diminisher boss
And for those who just like to read, check out my 4 Needed Shifts in the Traditional Boss Subordinate Relationship:
From Mystery To Transparency: Your team will follow your lead. If you won’t share what’s on your heart and mind neither will they. You’re wasting valuable time with all that guessing. Take some risks and let your team in. Share more of the bigger picture than feels “safe.” There’s no better way to get people to trust you, than to trust them. Click here to read more.
And Wally Bock – learning about writing a book from Overcoming An Imperfect Boss:
Karin Hurt is a newly minted entrepreneur. She wrote Overcoming an Imperfect Boss because “I wanted to be able to have something tangible to weave into the PR of the launch of my new company.” If you’re thinking about writing a book, you can learn a lot from what Karin did right. You may read more here.
Download a Free Sample Chapter of Winning Well (which is our newer book that includes content from Overcoming an Imperfect Boss)
Or learn about our latest research on Courage and Psychological Safety at Work.