Managing Up: How to Forge an Effective Relationship with Those Above You. Rosanne Badowski, Author, Roger Gittines, With, Jack Welch, Foreword by. In Managing Up Rosanne Badowski offers a straightforward, entertaining, no- holds-barred account of what it takes to make your relationship with your boss work. In Managing Up Rosanne Badowski offers a straightforward, entertaining, no- holds-barred account of what it takes to make your relationship.
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This book was recommended to me by my supervisor. Don’t take yourself too seriously.
Oct 19, Pages Buy. Everyone is a manager, in one way or another, Badowski points out. What can we do better? But it was written as advice that isn’t entirely useful to someone in my role.
It should become a management bible for anyone hoping to get ahead in their profession.
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Download our Spring Fiction Sampler Now. Dec 27, Eric rated it really liked it. This book told the lessons in stories, which didn’t work for me. I anticipate and answer questions. No trivia or quizzes yet. Many pages were dedicated to how well she helped Jack Welch with administrative tasks, emphasis on tasks. Business is a game—keep score, try to win, play fair, and have fun. Saw the author of the book in an interesting DVD on leadership.
Dec 28, Deborah Mendez Wilson rated it liked it. It is, in fact, a time sponge. Told through rich, colorful anecdotes about her years spent working with one of the smartest, most demanding and dynamic business leaders of the twentieth century, legendary GE CEO Jack Welch, Badowski reveals the secrets to career success she has gleaned over the years. Book that self-serving managers ask their employees to read.
I deliver the essential elements of what he needs to make a decision so that he can make it and move on. It was like having a girlfriend in the “same boat! Additionally, many of the “managing up” tips were more tailored to administrative assistants than mid-level managers themselves. Apr 04, Jamie Duncan rated it really liked it. Fun Enjoyed reading this book. Excellent book that clearly outlines the idea of leading and managing those above you in a company.
The Heart of Change. Not sure how relatable the stories are to our newest members of the corporate workforce. Kick things off by filling out the form below. In fact allow me to bring some: Treat your mistakes as opportunities for growth.
At times, we all have to roll up our sleeves and do the mundane tasks to make grand strategies work.
Told through rich, colorful anecdotes about her years spent working with one of the smartest, most demanding and dynamic business leaders of the twentieth century, legendary GE CEO Jack Welch, Badowski reveals the secrets to career success she has gleaned over the years.
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My guess is that she cold run her own Fortune company with ease Managing Up by Rosanne Badowski Mostly a common sense book on management. Being a phony is a sue path to failure. It’s not good enough to be aware of what’s happening around you; you have to know why it’s happening. A clear concise advice book on how to get things done when you work for a guy that “gets things done” on a global level.
She gives valuable insights on how to be the best team player, and how to help those around you succeed as a result of your efforts.
This book was a tremendous help to me even a few years after I became an personal assistant to an executive. If you work for the boss, read it twice.
Wouldn’t recommend it unless you are an avid admirer of Jack Welch. Jan 15, Jessica rated it liked it Recommends it for: Badowski’s tome takes a different approach, but is I agree with other reviewers in that its usefulness might depend on what job role you have. I came away badowaki a Rosanne of my own!
Managing Up: How to Forge an Effective Relationship with Those Above You
Treating all employees equally is unfair to your star performers. He wanted to remain accessible, break mannaging barriers that isolate most CEOs, and offer a bit of help—an idea, a nudge, a pat on the back—to men and women who were working hard to close deals, satisfy customers, or manufacture high-quality products.
As an executive assistant, I perform countless management roles—project manager, coordinator, communicator, and troubleshooter. If you’re not helping, your hindering.
Everyone has a boss. Go ahead, take a swing. Love It, Don’t Leave It. Ro makes a compelling case that, wherever one is in the org chart, everyone’s a manager and everyone’s support staff. The personal story of Jack Welch’s Exec Asst. About Managing Up Everyone has a boss.