Over the past year, I’ve been working closely with my company’s senior management, and at the beginning, I thought this was a great opportunity. But now I’m finding that my voice isn’t being heard, and it’s very aggravating. I was given this assignment because of my expertise in this area, so you’d think that senior management would value and appreciate my input. Instead, I feel like they’re ignoring what I have to say. What can I do to get the attention and credit that my ideas deserve?
I answered this not-so-uncommon question in the latest issue of CGA Magazine. For four specific tips on communicating upwards more effectively, read the entire article here.
What are your experiences and insights?