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Disagreeing with other people, without taking a body count or courting disaster, is something most people try to avoid. Nevertheless, we recognize we can't always agree with everything that comes our way—even if it comes from the boss.

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To make sure we're on the same page about dealing with an "incompetent" boss and not a "bad" boss, let's be clear on what the term means. An incompetent person is someone who is functionally inadequate or insufficient in knowledge, skills, judgment, or strength.

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One of the great opportunities of leadership is the delegation of tasks to others, which not only frees up your time to be more strategic but also develops those employees to whom you've delegated. Although it is a great opportunity for leaders, it is also a great challenge.

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If you want to put yourself in a position to build a strong professional relationship with your boss, while growing your career and managing up, you have to prove yourself as a reliable employee.

Taking the right kind of initiative can go a long way towards strengthening your relationship with your boss.

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