Bosses are like diapers — always on your as- and full of sh-t.
Is that the attitude you have about your boss?
If so, then you really need to read #MANAGING UP tweet Book 01 — 140 Tips to Build An Effective Relationship With Your Boss by Tony Deblauwe and Patrick Reilly.
It will not only change your attitude about your boss but will also help you use that relationship to your advantage.
The Relationship With Your Boss
Most of us spend more time interacting with our boss than our significant others. This makes our relationship with our boss a critical component to our professional success.
That’s the reason why #MANAGING UP tweet is so effective — it gives us the needed tools to build a better relationship with our boss quickly and effectively.
It’s a fallacy that we can’t impact our boss. In fact, each and everyone of us has a tremendous impact on our boss — we just need to make that impact benefit us.
Spot on Advice
What’s great about #MANAGING UP tweet is that it’s has a rich and diverse repertoire of advice that allows the reader to find their own way to a better relationship with their boss. Some of the ones that resonate with me include:
Aha #85 — Be A Problem Solver not a Problem Creator
Aha #92 — Be Accountable for all that You Do and Say
Aha #121 — Confidence (without arrogance) towards your boss builds both creditability and trust
If you find yourself in need of a great handbook on building a better relationship with your boss, then check out #MANAGING UP tweet — it’s a quick read and chalked full of useful and actionable information.
The Premise Behind THiNKaha! Books
Bit size, easily digestible nuggets of information.
That’s how I define books from THiNKaha!
It’s refreshing to see an imprint explore a new and creative way of helping us achieve more Aha! moments.
They truly get that the pace of our lives warrants an approach that’s more of a coach yelling at us from the sidelines than the professor lecturing us on the finer points of whatever.
Can you tell I drank the Kool-Aid :)?
I Drank More Than the Kool-Aid
I really like the THiNkaha! concept. So much so that I’m writing a book for them that will be out soon. Yeah, I not only drank the Kool-Aid — now I’m making it!