Join Todd Dewett for an in-depth discussion in this video Promoting yourself, part of Managing Your Manager.
…There are a few difficult realities you need to understand.…Systems at work designed to evaluate you, hold…you accountable, and reward and promote you are imperfect.…Your boss and the other senior leaders you're connected to, they're very busy.…When you put these together, it becomes very clear that you have to actively…manage the impression others have of you and your work, especially with your boss.…They have many duties and are…constantly bombarded with information from every direction.…And so, somehow, you've got to claim your share of mind to ensure…they remain meaningfully aware of what you're…doing and more importantly, what you're accomplishing.…
Now, we all know a few folks who have…taken this too seriously and actually caused themselves problems.…They talk about themselves too often.…They self-aggrandize too often, and as a result, they…become known as a kiss-up, someone who just can't…wait to tell the boss all about the amazing…work they're doing every single time they have an opportunity.…No one likes this person.…
- Learning your manager's world
- Understanding your manager's motivations and expectations
- Helping your manager make decisions
- Responding to feedback
- Documenting issues
- Working with new, remote, or inappropriate managers
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Understanding Yourself and Your Boss
Overview of managing up3m 50s
2. Managing the Relationship
3. Handling Common Challenges
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