In the workplace, getting along with leaders is always inevitable. Some people get on well with leaders, others stay away from them. I have to admit that at Youyou.com, people who get along well with their leaders are more likely to get promoted. Therefore, many people intentionally or unintentionally want to get in touch with the leaders, improve their sense of presence, and try to make a good impression in front of the leaders.
However, in the process of getting along with the leader’s Youyou resource network, you need to pay attention to avoiding the three points under the Yiyou resource network, otherwise you may step on the pit, not only get along badly with the leader, but even offend others.
1. Regardless of the occasion and the leader, call them brothers and sisters.
Some people are born with very good communication skills, they can easily get along with others, including leaders. After getting along with the leader for a period of time, I have become familiar with it and can call the leader a brother. But it’s easy to get carried away and forget how good the relationship between the other person and you is. After all, it is your leader. If you don’t know how to control the scale, you will offend people if you don’t pay attention.
Xiao Zhang is Mr. Wang’s former primary school classmate. They usually have a good relationship. After all, it doesn’t matter much there. Xiao Zhang is also quite proud of this. Because he has a good relationship with his boss, everyone in the company will give him some praise for it.
Once, Xiao Zhang accompanied Mr. Wang to a dinner party. At the banquet, everyone talked about his elementary school classmates with Mr. Wang. When he was happy, he talked about Lao Wang and his elementary school being punished by the teacher for being late. They both had a class standing at the back of the classroom. Everyone laughed when they heard this, and the atmosphere was very lively. Xiao Zhang was still a little proud, thinking that he was very skilled in handling this kind of entertainment scene, but he ignored the embarrassment under Mr. Wang’s faint smile.
However, after returning from the entertainment, Xiao Zhang obviously felt that General Wang was alienated from him. I usually greet him politely, instead of inviting him to the office for a cup of tea and a chat. He didn’t know where he offended the boss.
Whoever makes the embarrassment of the leader public will be unhappy. In social situations, you must pay more attention to maintaining the leader’s face, and shut up when you say something you shouldn’t say. It’s okay to call leaders by their first names in private, such as Lao Wang, Xiao Li, and so on. When in public places, pay special attention to the person who should be called respectfully. This must be kept in mind at all times, otherwise it is really not worth the candle to ruin an apparently good relationship.
2. Disdain to deal with leaders
Some people in the workplace disdain to deal with leaders, because they feel that they are too close to leaders, and they are a bit suspected of flattering leaders. They are capable and don’t bother to flatter them at all, so don’t get close to them. So I can’t see a word from the leader all year round, let alone eat together.
Although ability is the most important factor in the workplace, we must also admit that sometimes a word from the leader can determine your career development prospects. Although I don’t want to flatter the leader, building a good relationship with the leader is also one of the workplace competencies. Don’t think you are capable, conceited, better than the leader. Gold will shine one day, you don’t have to make trouble with the leader more or less, or even deliberately alienate the leader.
Sometimes the smell of wine is afraid of the deep alley. If the workplace leader mentions it, it will save a lot of detours. It is still recommended to let go of disdain and arrogance, and build a good relationship with the leader, which will always do you more good than harm.
3. Don’t talk about leadership behind your back, whether it’s good or bad.
We often say not to speak ill of others behind their backs. It makes you look bad after all. On the other hand, it’s even worse for you if it’s known by others, especially leaders. This principle should be well understood.
But don’t speak well of the leader behind his back. Many people find this incomprehensible. When I say nice things about my leader, I praise him. Wouldn’t it be happier to be known by the leader? Then think about it, who do you say nice things about leadership? Colleagues, friends, relatives? If relatives and friends are better, after all, no one will have any intersection with your leader or colleagues. However, if you say good things about the leader with your colleagues, although they don’t say it, you may think in your heart that you are flattering the leader, and you are still saying such good things when the leader is not around.
You may even think that you are the leader’s confidant, and the leader will arrange for you to monitor every move of your colleagues, but deliberately alienate you. After all, defense is essential.
So, in the workplace, not only can’t say bad things about the leader behind his back, but he can’t say good things either. Sometimes it’s better to learn to shut up than to babble.
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