Make strength productive in your superior


  1. Make good proposals that can benefit your organization and present them to your superior.
    For example, you could propose how to improve sales by 50 percent or improve internal communication within the company.

  2. Get to know your superior better.
    Find out what he can do well, what he has done well, what he needs to know to use his strengths and above all, what he needs to get you to perform.

  3. Identify your superior’s ways of being effective and work accordingly.
    For example, if you discover that your boss is a reader, you can make reports to him about important things. On the other hand, if he is a listener, you can always schedule meetings with him to express your ideas and opinions.


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