Thursday, August 14, 2008

Good Advice

Here's a great post from on some aspects of career management that are important, but don't always get the care they should. It covers your relationship with your boss - which everyone thinks about - but also your dealings with subordinates, which we all should consider more than we probably do.
One of the cornerstone commandments for any supervisor is to train jour replacement! If no one else can do your job, how can you be promoted to bigger and better things?

Training your replacement involves assigning, teaching and providing feedback to assistants. To be fully effective at this, you must personalize your efforts for every employee because each has differing personalities and experiences. In spite of stereotypes that imply that all accountants are clones, the truth is that "one size does not fit all."
Read it here.

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