You and Your Boss
Video Course: Dealing with a Difficult Boss on LinkedIn Learning
Advice About Your Boss on Ask A Manager – Advice Column by Alison Green
Six Key Principles for “Managing Up” for Better Results at Work – by Alison Green
What Your Boss Won’t Tell You (But You Should Know) – by Alison Green
Harvard Management Update – Why Managing Up Matters – by Liz Simpson
5 Steps to Managing Up – Young Nonprofit Professionals Network
Recipe & Ingredients for Creating A Learning Conversation
Choice Map – Graphically depicts concepts from Marilee Adams’ Change Your Questions, Change Your Life
Adams, M. G. (2009). Change your questions, change your life: 10 powerful tools for life and work. San Francisco, Calif: Berrett-Koehler Publishers.
Eisaguirre, L. (2009). “We Need to Talk” Tough Conversations with Your Boss: From Promotions to Resignations Tackle Any Topic with Sensitivity and Smarts. Fall River: Adams Media Corporation.
Harvard business review guides. (2013). HBR guide to managing up and across: Build relationships herd cats gain influence. Boston, Mass: Harvard Business Review Press
Managing up: Expert solutions to everyday challenges. (2008). Boston, Mass: Harvard Business Press.
Managing up: Forge strong ties, set clear expectations, promote your ideas. (2014)
Stone, D., Patton, B., & Heen, S. (1999). Difficult conversations: How to discuss what matters most. New York, N.Y: Viking.