Part 1 of our guidance on how to get a better understanding of what your goals are from your boss.
The first rule of management is Get Results. If you've been to one of our conferences, or read The Effective Manager, by our Co-Founder Mark Horstman, you know that your first responsibility is to produce the results the organization demands from your team/department.
But as happy as many managers are to find out that fundamental principle, the joy is short-lived. They immediately realize: I have almost no idea what my boss thinks is the most important part of my job, or what results she prioritizes above all others. And secretly they worry that their boss won't be able to tell them, either. (And they're often right.)
This Cast Answers These Questions
- What if I don't have clear goals from my boss?
- How do I find out how my boss is going to measure me?
- How can I help my boss set goals for me and my team?
Other Parts of This Series
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