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The Secrets of Working with Multiple Bosses (OnDemand)

The Secrets of Working with Multiple Bosses (OnDemand)

The Secrets of Working with Multiple Bosses

Many people find it challenging to learn to work well with one boss; learning his or her communication style, expectations, and overall personality. Imagine what happens when you are assigned to two or more managers. Multiple bosses can equal multiple headaches. Despite the “official” designation of 50% of your time for Mr. A. and 50% of your time for Ms. B., the reality is they often act as if 100% of your time is devoted to their individual projects. Often they have very different personalities and require very different approaches, reporting progress, and getting feedback.

Working with multiple bosses can be quite positive, and productive, if you learn to:

  • Identify the preferred communication and work style of each boss and flex your own style to be compatible
  • Set up clear plans, schedules, and concrete expectations up front to avoid crises, miscommunication, and frustration
  • Use aligned assertive communication to set boundaries, “manage up,” and define priorities
  • Develop strategies and tactics to resolve conflicts among different managers’ expectations
  • Convert the experience of multiple managers into a positive learning and growth opportunity to advance your career.

In addition to learning these important skills, you will receive references that will assist you in increasing your ability to manage multiple managers.

Who should attend:

Managers; Administrative Assistants; Virtual Assistants; Anyone with more than one boss.
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Price: $199.00
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