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4 Surefire Ways to Lose Your Boss' Trust

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You could spend years working for the same manager, building your reputation as a hard-working, well-intentioned, always-dependable employee. …

You could spend years working for the same manager, building your reputation as a hard-working, well-intentioned, always-dependable employee.

And in a fraction of that time, you could lose it all.

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  • 1. If your manager can’t rely on you to provide realistic information to your co-workers and clients, he or she probably won’t want to trust you with any sort of increasing responsibility. Only promise what you can deliver.
  • 2. Always keep in mind you have to reply to the mails and phone calls of your clients and co-workers. Not doing so will put you in bad light.
  • 3. Making your manager constantly check back in with you (“Hey Alice, did you call that client yet?”) conveys that you either don’t truly understand the urgency of the situation—or that you do, but you’re choosing to ignore it.
  • 4. Always keep your boss in loop when dealing with a frustrated or unsatisfied client so that he/she would be able to handle the situation whenever required. Not keeping them in loop will add burden on them to handle clients without knowing the actual problem.
  • 5. The AMCAT is India’s first employability assessment test that help fresh graduates to get their first job quickly and efficiently.