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Hello Professional HR & Business Veterans, Please find attached a very inspiring watch dog management lesson article in ET on 5 Ways to make sure ... The Boss is Listening.
12th November 2010 From India, Mumbai

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hi Dilip, nice to share, but what if ur boss only like servant at his work who should do what he likes irrecpective of what any company policy & company code of conduct say’s
13th November 2010 From India, Mumbai
Before this I tried 20 ways of making your boss listening inclusive of these 5 ways....but they just dont seem to listen!!!!........rgrds
13th November 2010 From India, Mumbai
Dilip,

This is a great post... However, if bosses are looking for information in the way you just mentioned, well, its the beginning of the collapse of an organization!

It is very important for a boss to understand what his subordinates are trying to say... thats more significant than vice versa... A boss maybe busy, but this is fundamentally part of his work! He is paid for it. If he cannot decipher the details his subordinates are trying to say, he is probably not in the right position in the first place...

The bigger issue with such posts:: The moment a subordinate is advised to treat a 'boss' as an 'extra special' human being in the organization, the level of professionalism will drastically go down...

I don't know on which side of the fence you are, but you certainly need to understand that such things are more damaging than one can imagine... Imagine now, a HR professional wanting 'structured' info at the right place and time, in the right key words, from his subordinate!!! Will he EVER be able to function effectively?

Training a subordinate to be professional and objective is always a two-way process... One should never forget that. Most often, the HR specialists try to drive the change only at the subordinate's end... A typical example of the failure of HR.

Reg,
Nikhil Gurjar
President
Consulting Connoisseurs
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14th November 2010 From United States, Daphne
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