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Cultivating a mutually valuable relationship with your boss requires leveraging personal strengths and employing some strategy. This Executive Edge looks at how you can step up to earn your leader’s trust, gratitude and attention, while also keeping an eye on increasing your value and influence within an organization. Leaders like to know that your goals are consistent with their business objectives and that by working with you they can achieve something they could not achieve alone. Instead of settling for mediocrity, there is more personal satisfaction to be gained by summoning your strengths and leading up.

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