When was the last time a manager or direct boss has truly asked you how you were doing at your job? When have they set aside time to find out what your day to day is like and what goals you have? When have they stopped focusing on others to spend quality time with you? In a busy world, every one is busy. But every one is important in their own way and should be treated as an equal member of the team. These are 10 questions a boss should be asking you on a somewhat regular basis to not only 1.) be involved in your day to day tasks, but more importantly, 2.) to show you that you are a valued employee. Take control of your career and help those in charge learn who you are and who you can be.
Here are 10 questions a boss should be asking their employee:
1. What are you excited about in your job?
2. Why do you stay?
3. What might lure you away?
4. What would we need to do to get you to stay?
5. What new skills would you like to learn?
6. Are you being __________enough for now? (challenged, recognized, trained, given feedback, etc.)
7. What is making your job harder than it needs to be?
8. What are your ideas on how we can improve things around here?
9. What should I be doing more of?
10. What should I be doing less of?
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