How to Get Your Boss's Job (And Get Your Boss To Help)

Posted by administrator | 15 Oct, 2014

idol dating rumors 2014 Ready to move up? Desire to move on? http://creatingsparks.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?endonezit=seminar-binary-option-surabaya follow site Unless you (or your company) create a new position just for you, or you decide to get a better job outside your current company, chances are that you won't get promoted until your boss gets promoted (or moves on). Even then, there's no guarantee that you'll step into your boss's job. source link There are two things that you can do to really make yourself promotable in your current job:

1) Learn Your Boss's Job

2) Train Your Replacement

Learn Your Boss's Job

This means learn everything that your boss does, not just what you think they do, but every minute little detail.

Find out what they really do each day. What is their schedule? What are their daily challenges are (you might be surprised at what you don't know) and how they deal with them. Who are their information and action resources?

How do you do this?

Just ask.

Let your boss know that you're ready to advance and want to know how they do the work that they do.

The point of this is not to become a threat to your boss but to provide them with the opportunity to move up the corporate ladder themselves. Learn enough that you can step up to fill their shoes once they move on.

Train Your Replacement

The surest way to career stagnation is to be very good at your job and not have anyone available to replace you.

Now, that can mean job security if you really love what you do, but if what you really want to do is what they're doing over in Marketing? Then it can mean misery.

So, while you're learning you're boss's job, start grooming the person who will replace you. Share your secrets, your tricks of the trade. Pass on every bit of information you can to one or two people who you feel can step into your shoes once you move on.

Show your boss and your company that you're more than prepared for a new position and a better salary. Make it easy for your company to promote you. Give them a reason -- give them a couple of reasons -- to make you the boss.



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