It's not easy being a boss at any age. Now imagine being a younger boss. In this video, Roberta Matuson, author of The Magnetic Leader, helps guide employees by providing steps they can take to put a younger boss at ease.
- Being a leader can be challenging,…even when you have tons of experience.…Now, imagine stepping into this role at a time in…your life when you don't have much business…or life experience.…It can be downright frightening.…Let's talk about a few things you can do to help…your younger manager work through some of their fears.…The job of any employee is to make sure their…boss succeeds regardless of his or her age.…
You can help relieve some of your boss' discomfort…and put him at ease by making sure he does not…see you as a threat.…Be clear about your goals.…If you don't want your boss' job, tell him so.…This noble move will set the stage for your…relationship to develop positively.…Now, if you do want to advance to his position,…the quickest way to do that is…to help him get promoted.…Make it clear to your boss that your goal is…to help him succeed and then do everything…you can to ensure that happens.…
It's a win for both of you.…Always have your manager's back.…There will be people who don't want him to succeed,…
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- Decoding your boss's management style
- Managing your boss
- Building strong relationships
- Avoiding mistakes
- Dealing with office politics
- Ensuring your next play is the right move
- Communicating effectively
- Bridging a generation gap
- Being heard
- Tooting your own horn strategically