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How to behave with managers at Teradata?

I'm am new to the company and was looking for some tips from employees that have been here longer. I think that the relationship with my direct manager is one of the most important aspects of everyday office work. Just to be clear, I’m non an a-s-kisser or a suck-up. I also think that not speaking out when I think something is wrong, is the wrong way to go.
So, Any tips what is the best way to position myself towards my manager?

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Post ID: @OP+1gIVyLA5

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Honesty is good. My manager is brilliant as he doesn't sugar coat it and tells it how it is. If he was in any compahe would be a superstar manager and it's good to see that support still going strong today

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Post ID: @3qyt+1gIVyLA5

And then be prepared to make all the changes required to fix the problem yourself because no one else will help you.

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Post ID: @2hhh+1gIVyLA5

Be honest, offer solutions to the problems or processes that need fixing.

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Post ID: @2txh+1gIVyLA5

Lol, not speaking out when something is wrong is wrong? Try it, you will see. Things are wrong with reasons. You are new, if you can see it, who cannot? Remember unless you are very lucky, otherwise you will definitely regret.

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