We all have bosses. I have one. Even if you’re a CEO, you have a boss. More likely, bosses. I’ve written before how great managers see themselves as servants. They look for ways to make your job easier. To clear the path. To knock down walls. They protect you. Inform you. Arm you with knowledge.So, why not return the favor?Looking at the world through the prism of service is a two-way street. With that in mind, here are seven things you should stop doing to your boss.Stop assuming your boss has all the answers. Most bosses have one or two areas of expertise, such as accounting, compliance, finance, etc. You were hired to bring something to the table. Weave that “something” into the reports and feedback you give your boss. Making decisions is tough. When you highlight a problem, include a proposed solution. A good boss will appreciate it. continue reading » 5SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
Metro Sport ReporterMonday 4 May 2020 5:21 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link6kShares Comment Manchester United set to complete deal for Sunderland striker Joe Hugill The academy’s reputation took a hit in the years after Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement, with persistent claims that they’d been overtaken by rivals Manchester City.However, United continue to provide a pathway into the first team and boast more academy graduates in their first team squad than any other club in the Premier League.MORE: Manchester United transfer target Erling Haaland backed to make Real Madrid move by former coach Advertisement Advertisement ð¥ @9joehugill ð¥ð³ï¸ https://t.co/WvAyOYy6KU#SAFCAcademy pic.twitter.com/eXW3WO8aUB— Sunderland AFC (@SunderlandAFC) February 29, 2020 Joe Hugill [right] has attracted interest from across Europe (Picture: Getty)Manchester United are set to beat Arsenal to the signature of Sunderland striker Joe Hugill, according to reports.The Red Devils have tracked the promising forward over the last 12 months but the Black Cats have received interest from across Europe, including from Arsenal, Tottenham, Wolves and numerous German clubs.Hugill, 16, already represents Sunderland’s U23s side and doesn’t look out of place considering his goalscoring exploits and 6ft2 frame.The forward turns 17 in October and it looks as though he’ll be at Old Trafford by that point to celebrate as the Manchester Evening News claim a £300,000 transfer is close.ADVERTISEMENT Hugill [left] in action against Liverpool’s U18s (Picture: Getty)United have stolen a march on main competitor Arsenal to seal Hugill’s signature and he’s expected to join United’s academy, where he’ll be overseen by academy boss Nicky Butt.AdvertisementAdvertisementButt was appointed academy chief in 2017 and the club have adopted an aggressive transfer strategy under his guidance.