If you’re asked by a senior executive to comment on your boss’s performance, avoid making generalizations. Instead, make a specific observation and back it up with solid evidence. This demonstrates that you’re a precise thinker who can support what you say. If you’re tempted to be critical, go ahead if you wouldn’t mind that your boss heard every word.
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