“Controllers often make their way to the boss’s chair because they champion efficient and thorough completion of assignments. Also, under pressure they can be tough-minded and resolute. By following these guidelines and tips you can position yourself as a responsible team member, whom they can trust to understand their goals, ask good questions and deliver results.”
This is good advice, I think. There’s no guarantee that it will work, but at least it gives you a place to start if you’re in a bad situation.
As for National Boss Day, I can offer some more concrete advice: Chocolate is always good, and flowers are nice.
Or, if I ever happen to be your boss, you might want to consider doughnuts. Just sayin’.
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