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Managing your Boss by Christina Osborne

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Receiving Feedback

Feedback on your work can come from your boss, colleagues, and customers, through a formal appraisal, or informally. You need to be able to accept and make use of feedback – whether it is praise or criticism – without it leading to conflict.

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Make use of feedback to develop and change your role.

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Be aware of all the responsibilities of your current position.

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Identify all possible routes for future career growth.

Preparing for appraisals

If you dread appraisals because you have disagreed in the past with the comments made by your boss, change your approach before the next one. View appraisals as an opportunity to help your boss to recognize your successes or to recommend you for promotion. Between appraisals, ...

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