Your relationship with your boss is one of the biggest determining factors in how happy you’ll be at work – and how happy your employer will be with you. A key part of that relationship is how much your boss trusts you – which dictates everything from how much freedom your boss gives you in the course of your daily work to whether you’re recommended for high-profile projects and promotions. But it doesn’t take much to lose that trust and significantly damage this key relationship.
At U.S. News & World Report today, I talk about seven ways you can lose your boss’s trust and have a hard time gaining it back — including not keeping your boss in the loop when it counts, not being up-front about your biases, and more. You can read it here.