Have a good relationship with your Boss If i am working at a big company, how can i make a good relationship with my boss? How can i let he knows me or my importance?Building relationships and establishing trust are key elements to success in any organization, especially for the first job.One of the most important relationships to build is the one with your manager.Often in the haste to get into the task at hand, learn the job and meet the other folks in the workplace we overlook this important career-launching step. This essay will show you some easy ways to increase your status in your boss's mind. When you get your first job you will working very hard in your jobs,because you should let others know you and appreciate you, so that you should have a good attitude about your job. For example, you need do very well in your job and use less time to finish your mission,you should have best idea to help each other, share your ideas and cooperative working.Moreover, you need focus on your job. Sometimes you will get a lot of work to do.Although you will get more stress and feel very tired that you want to give up, but you also need hang on and continue to finish your work,when you do a perfect job that you will get a lot of respect from your boss and workmate.The last important suggest about work is creative skill. For instance, every boss likes the employee who has the creative ideas and new plan to improve the working efficiency. Anyway, working hard is most important of building relationships with your manager. After working hard, the second imperative is have a good connection with your boss and try to know about what your boss thinking.1. Understand what his assets are.Get a sense for what your boss brings to the table and how you complement one another. Discuss your respective strengths. Know where you have overlap, and allow him to see where you bring strong points that could be helpful to him.2. Know his goals.Your job is making your boss wildly successful. Make it your mission to know his goals and how is his performance is measured. Key focus on the most important give he needs and expects from you in order to achieve those goals.3. Clarify how she wants to receive information.How does she want to get information from you? Does she want to know the bottom line up front, or does she want to check your work? Does she want it two weeks before the deadline or the day…
build relationships with all her clients and build her network by feeling what people want. No one wants to spend a fortune in a downed economy, she saw this, and then a company asked for a trial of the software. After that she approached her boss and his boss and had a discussion and got approved for 50 trials with a small fee. She wasn’t afraid to ask for help when she needed it, and she knew when she needed it.
Sudha also listened to her customers. She listened to their concerns about cost;…
Rough Draft : Behind Every Good Boss, There's A Bad One
February 23 2015
University Of Phoenix
Even though a bad boss may not always be a bad boss, it's best to work with a good experienced boss because a good boss has a better productivity process, then a bad boss and a good boss promotes growth and leads employees through the task at hand. Bosses are generally defined as someone who directly supervises the work activities of others. Most bosses are easy to work with and…
the service offering.
Pricing: Pricing of services is tougher than pricing of goods. While the latter can be priced easily by taking into account the raw material costs, in case of services attendant costs - such as labor and overhead costs - also need to be factored in. Thus a restaurant not only has to charge for the cost of the food served but also has to calculate a price for the ambience provided. The final price for the service is then arrived at by including a mark up for an adequate profit…
Lessons in Leadership from “Undercover Boss” (PostNet)
BA 600, Dr. Karen Lawson
Abayomi, Oushola B.
13th May, 2014
Name and position of boss:
Steve Greenbaum, CEO and co- founder of Post Net
Name and headquarters of company:
Post Net, Denver, Colorado
Brief description of company:
Post Net is an international franchise corporation, with over 700 locations across the globe, and is the fastest growing business services company in the world. It is also the only business in America…
WHAT MAKES A GOOD BOSS?
No one feels to have trouble listing characteristics of bad boss, but what makes a good boss, as it is a boss who is the face of an organization. In today’s competitive environment, a growing number of companies are coming to realize that a good boss is the one who can identify and build on talents of the staff. And he or she knows to retain top performing employee in face of heavy competition for skills and experience in a tight job market. Skills in communication and…
parents and family seem to love him and he can always go to them if he needs to speak to anyone and this is good for his emotional needs. Also he has everything that a young child needs, such a computer, books, games and toys which all of this can help with his intellectual needs. But Andy has had a computer since he was three which is a good and bad thing, one being a good thing as it can help him with his intellectual needs such as learning new things but the bad thing is that it can affect his…
Good Boss versus Bad Boss
How would you feel if you called in to work sick and your boss sympathized but asked when the project you were working on would be finished? If you like most people you would feel guilty about calling in and wonder if you should head to work. How about if you called in sick to work and your boss sympathized and told you to rest up and feel better soon? Would you still feel guilty or would you cuddle down in your bed to rest off the sickness? When comparing…
CHARACTER OF THE BOSS IN KATHERINE MANSFIELD's THE FLY
Katherine Mansfield’s short story The Fly is taken from the collection 'Dove’s Nest' and inspired by her dear brother Leslie’s death, it is one of her finest short stories. The Fly is the story of a person haunted for six years by the death of his son. It is the depiction of anguish. Mansfield’s technique in her stories was to make her characters show their thoughts by a kind of mental soliloquy ‘fluttering, gossipy, breathless with questions…
Surviving the Boss from Hell – Case Study
Question 2 – Conduct research on the latest economic indicators. Cite your sources. Should these numbers influence David’s Decision? If yes, how?
As seen in Werner and Desimone (Page 22) Figure 1 – Emerging Workplace Trends
* The first one is Drastic Time, Drastic Measures – Uncertain economic conditions force organizations to reconsider how they can grow and be profitable. Which in return is making David wonder due to the economic conditions on how…