1. Give your realistic deadlines
Give yourself a bit of extra time to get the job done properly, and if you get things done early, the boss will be impressed.
2. Get problems solved early
Let your boss know immediately about any problems that crop up, he will be grateful if you give him enough time to solve it.
3. Don't be a yes /no man, be a good lieutenant.
Offer polite, constructive criticism, and do your best to see how your boss's plans are feasible.
4. Personal appearance is important
Dress professionally, keep a breath mint and comb handy, and make a clean and well-organized work station.
5. Take the initiative
If you see there is room for improvement, write a proposal and float the idea to your boss.
6. Respect your boss's time
Don't bother your boss if he is on phone or is elbows deep in work, and try to solve the problem if you can solve it yourself.
7. Take on your boss's unpleasant tasks
Volunteer to take on the nasty tasks that annoy your boss.
8. Speak up at meeting
Try to have at least one well-informed opinion about the task at han.
9. Put your boss at ease
Make a note of anything you and the boss have in common, and conduct a good relationship with your boss and co-workers.
10. Understand your shortcomings
Always be willing to learn a new skill to increase your personal effectives.
2010-02-22 22:19 编辑：kuaileyingyu
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