Good management which is based on scientific principles, is the corner stone to achieve success for any organization, so the relationship between manager and employee inside the organization is one of the most important relationships in the organization because success is based on how to manage the team, this task related to the skills of the manager, who has the spirit to lead and has the talent to discover the skills of each employee and how can he use it, but the relationship between the employee and the manager also needs the employee to understand the manager and the general policy of the organization, so you can take the following tips to know how to deal with your manager:
Your manager is an employee just like you, but he has more authorities, abilities and experience that allow him to take the responsibility of leadership and put the general policy, so you have first to understand his personality and try to communicate with him suitably, this will build a bridge of mutual trust.
Don’t hate your manager just because you misunderstand something, or you listen to what others say, just trust him, you can judge his personality and you will definitely know the truth.
Listen to what your manager says, try to discuss everything with him, ask him about vague decisions, this create a healthy environment of clarity which break the ice between you and your boss.
Each manager has different personality, there are many types of managers and managerial ways, just because there is no chemistry between you and your manager, and it doesn’t mean there will not be any kind of communication, you just need to compromise and to find a suitable way to communicate
Yes, just because he is your manager doesn’t mean he doesn’t need your help, on contrary, good manager is the one who can make a good team work he can trust and rely on so you have to help your manager to achieve work goals and to be an effective member in the team.
The stereotype about the relationship between the manager and employee is not always right; it differs from an organization to another and depends on how the manager deals with the employees and vice versa.