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10 rules to manage your boss

Jacques Horovitz, Professor of Service Strategy, Service Marketing & Service Management at IMD, talks about 10 rules to manage your boss: The relationship with your boss is probably the most important relationship you have at work.

Boss management can stimulate better performance, improve your working life, job satisfaction, and workload. Give your boss a hand and reap the rewards.


In Step 3 Take Responsibility Stop Telling… Start Leading! has the chapter:
What to Do When the Boss Is a Failure



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  1. Alvin
    20:56 on Sunday, September 3rd, 2006
    Never looked at it from that point of view.

    Thank you for that.

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