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Assuming you have to choose between two... by trusted, I mean someone who is popular for his strengths... What would you take as your spot?
From United States, Daphne
Become a Trusted team player, you will automatically be your boss’s favourite. That’s my way of looking at it...
From India, Vadodara
you should not only be boss’s favourite but also a very good trusted team player.. only when you become a trusted team player can you be boss’s favourite..
From India, Pune
Nice to hear.. but one should accept the truth that boss favorite's are winning the race today. no matter how well talented u are and skillful ur job performance is, a slight misunderstanding between u and the boss will land u in trouble..
From India, Madras
Greetings,
Good topic! I am sure we will get a range of views on this. Here's my point. It depends directly on the culture of the organization and the values of the boss, in question.
There are many firms, which take pride in not playing favourites. There are bosses who would write off team members who may try to impress them. These leaders would have "the organization first" attitude.
At the same time, in cultures that are completely driven by human emotions, there would be an equal degree of subjectivity. Hence, they are susceptible to power plays, which will require a considerable amount of fan-following. Consequently, setting rewards to garden loyalists than meritocrats.
I look forward to the experiences as shared by our members.
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From India, Mumbai
Dear Mr. Nikhil,
Let me correlate your query with mine. Its from the employee perspective.
"Whether, shall i SATISFY MY SUPERIORS or MEET COMPANY OBJECTIVES"
You need to think on a broader spectrum while correlating my query to conclude your views, suggestions, opinion etc...
I am sure, we will enjoy sharing your views, positively....
With profound regards

From India, Chennai
Dear Mr. Matheen
You are only worried about your JOB. I am not sure whether you tried to improve your skills, talent, etc. You need to understand "why an employer can hire my services". We are not hired for satisfying employer(individual) but, we are hired to meet company's objectives.

According my knowledge, "One who meets company objectives, should be the BOSS FAVORITE" and he should be TRUSTED for his SINCERITY, HONESTY, LOYALTY, DEDICATION, HARD WORK and UNSELFISH NATURE.

Kindly do remember, BUTTERING UP nature will never last long because, HONESTY will win at any cost. Kindly don't even try to gain trust by BUTTERING UP your BOSS, such TRUST will never last long.

There is something known as INNER SATISFACTION and EXTERNAL SATISFACTION. EXTERNAL is related with BOSS and INTERNAL is related with your SKILLS, TALENTS, TRUST, WHAT YOU ACHIEVE or HAD ACHIEVED ON YOUR OWN etc..

THINK BIG, THINK OUT THE BOX, DARE TO DREAM BIG AND TRY YOUR BEST TO REALIZE YOUR GOALS......

Kindly don't mistake me because, i am very straight forward in nature as i only support SINCERITY, HONESTY, LOYALTY, DEDICATION and HARD WORK.

Good Luck.

From India, Chennai
This is a great question. I think it's best to be a team player and win the confidence of your team. However, at the same time, you can't avoid the directions of your boss. You have to do what he/she wants you to do. Afterall, the acronym of JOB is Just Obey Boss ;)
From India, Kochi
A trusted team player will always be a bosse's delight but a bosse's delight may always not be a trusted team player. More importantly, bosses never actually realise this, which turns the table and cross-questions how trustworthy are the bosses themselves.
From Nepal, Kathmandu
Hi,
I was waiting eagerly for someone to post their suggestions proportionately to what you had exactly suggested. This reflects your HIGH MATURITY LEVELS.
https://www.citehr.com/332858-how-en...-students.html
What you said is 101% TRUE. According to me, TRUST should be found in TOP MANAGEMENT and it is TOP MANAGEMENT or BOSS should inculcate the same down the hierarchy line....This is how TRUST CAN BE BUILD in organisations.
Good Luck..
with profound regards

From India, Chennai

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