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The executives you work with pay little attention to you.
They are so busy that they can’t find time to meet when you have an idea to discuss. When things run smoothly, they take credit. When something goes wrong, they are quick to assign blame.
Sound familiar? It doesn’t have to be that way.
There are skills you can develop and tactics you can employ to get their interest, build rapport, and demonstrate that you are adding value to the company, said Sabina Nawaz, founder and CEO of Nawaz Consulting.