Sunday, December 30, 2018

5 things you should never say to your boss

Keeping your job away from termination is never a day job. Here are five things you should never say to your boss for any reason say to your boss irrespective of how close you and your boss might be.

thing not to say to your boss
Your boss might be playful or bad in character but it is important for you to know what to say to him or her despite his or her attitude towards you as their employees.

Here are five statements your boss should never hear from you.

1. It's not really my fault
Take responsibility for any error and promise never to it again. Never force your boss tô ask whose fault is it? Because there is every tendency of saying this bad statement "it's not my fault" Never give excuses of why not meeting up.

If your team member is responsible for the delay in submitting the project, your initial reaction would probably be to solely put the blame on that colleague, but don't. You also have to take responsibility. Instead of pointing finger at other people, share the blame and explain how you’re going to prevent it from happening in future.

2. That's not part of my job

Did your boss just asked you to do something and 'that's not part of my job' is your reply? No one does that.

No matter what you're hired to do, you should be willing to contribute in some new ways. And if truly can't handle the task your boss assigned to you and you know a colleague that can do it better, kindly seek the boss permission to delegate the task to that colleague.

3. This how it is always done

Be open to changes because changes are constant. Your boss wants you to do things in a new way.

Employers want someone who can adapt to new ways of doing things, not a change-resistant employee that prefers to do one thing the same way.

Rather than getting defensive when your boss introduces something new to you, respond positively and show you're enthusiastic about the innovation.

4. I can't stand working with so and so

If you have issues with your colleague try to resolve it with the person directly. And if the issue impact your job negatively, report it to your boss or the Human Resources Manager without assassinating the character of the other person.

5. I need a raise

Don't hit your head on the desk thinking your boss hates you. Explain why you need a raise based on your performance. Don't hit your head on the desk thinking your boss hates you.

Explain why you need a raise based on your performance. Don't hit your head on the desk thinking your boss hates you. Explain why you need a raise based on your performance.

Everyone wants a raise but don't confront your boss demanding you want a raise without justifications that are related to your performance.

You don't demand a raise because you wish to relocate to a better area. No boss will listen to your demanding a salary increase because your kids' school fee has increased.

Instead of giving this kind of reasons, discuss a raise based on your performance and cite examples of your achievement. Then, your boss might consider your request.
5 things you should never say to your Boss

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