Job: This is a sentence you should never say to your boss | career

Dissatisfied in your Job? Then you should say in conversation with your boss, nothing wrong. What does not work and how you do it clever, so he comes to you. W

Job: This is a sentence you should never say to your boss | career

Dissatisfied in your Job? Then you should say in conversation with your boss, nothing wrong. What does not work and how you do it clever, so he comes to you.

Who is not in the Job satisfied, should the appeal to the chief*. In the interview, you should not, however, unprepared. You remain factual and make them the Opposite, no blame. Here are the tips.

the chief of a constructive conversation

Dissatisfied in the Job ? Then> call with your superior well, sooner or later, a constructive professional Yes, happy.

So much in front: you refuse to blame - because you don't want to push your conversation partner, after all in the Close. With the sentence "This is not my fault," you will reach in the worst case, however, is exactly that. Because, indirectly, you throw your opponent so that he has the blame - or, at least, he could understand the so-and-first to a threading set.

explain The experts of "Karrierebibel.de" why blame are counterproductive and give tips* how you approach the conversation with the boss clearly clever. Click here to read the tips:

1. You agree to talk a date: "About dissatisfaction, is not a conversation between the door and the Angel. This theme can only be used in calm to discuss," the Council of experts. An appointment can adjust both sides.

2. Think of good arguments: you should go not unprepared into the conversation and "just frustration vent", so the tip. "It is crucial for the discussion, two questions that you should be able to answer are: What exactly makes you unhappy? Why it makes you unhappy?"

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3. Pay attention to your body language: facial Expressions and Gestures reveal what is really going on in us. You should not avoid the gaze of her boss. With almost choked voice speak, or to a collapsed slumped position, say the experts. It was a mistake, because: "they teach you to feel guilty or even not in the permission of your arguments believe." Better maintain eye contact, sit upright and place it on a "open and friendly facial expression" be careful.

With this body language-the job interview goes wrong

Updated Date: 13 June 2020, 09:33

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