At some point of a career we all have to report to a manager. Most of us always have a person sitting higher on a career ladder, who we call our boss. And the relationships with him or her are pretty important to our current job, our success in this organization and, perhaps, even those in the future. But people are so different, and sometimes it's hard to build great relationships with your supervisor. If you're dreaded with your boss, but you want to improve your employee-employer relationship here are some tips to help you:
Know Your Manager
Depending on your bosses working style, you should try to communicate with him the way they want to. If he needs some sort of information, you should deliver it the way he needs it. You need to be ready to answer three typical questions at all times: What is it you are working on? What are the results of your finished projects? How can you help your manager? Let your manager be always informed about your projects and interactions with your co-workers in a way he prefers. Does he need updates in written form each day - do that. You'll show how you value his time and preferences.