Not everyone succeeds in getting along with the authorities. If you are of character and the boss is a "difficult" person, maintaining a smooth business relationship can be very difficult. However, knowledge of the time-tested laws of interpersonal communication removes many of the problems. The main thing is to competently build interaction with the leader, taking into account his character, human qualities, psychological type of personality. It is also important to understand and analyze all the circumstances of difficult work situations.
Leaders are not elected. Will you be lucky with being strict, but smart and humane? Or will there be an official tedium with someone who loves unquestioning obedience and does not tolerate dissent in his team? In any case, you will have to find a common language with your boss. Be patient as you experience and adapt to a wide variety of managerial methods and styles. Do not forget: a smart employee will always try to understand the reasons behind even the most inappropriate behavior of the boss.
To ensure that your relationship with your "boss" is always predictably normal, try to correctly assess the conditions and environment in which he works. Your boss, like all people, is in some ways strong and deserves respect, in some ways weak and can make mistakes. Consider: he also has leadership; he also receives his share of emotional pressure and is often not free to make certain decisions that are not to the liking of his subordinates.
It is always important to remember that your goal in effective business communication with your superiors is cooperation. Strive for clarity of communication, be able to listen, do not ask too many obsessive questions. Be concise and clear about your information. It is well known that short phrases are clearly perceived by the interlocutor, therefore, during business contacts, try to build your sentences from 5-10 words.
Learn to control your emotions: anger, indignation at "injustice" will not help to settle any minor or serious office conflict, but will only aggravate it. Try not to show your combative character in dealing with the leader, if there is one: the work requires restraint and does not allow the liberties of domestic disputes. Complaints can always be expressed in an inoffensive, correct, delicate form.
Of course, the bosses love hardworking, active, executive subordinates with a developed sense of duty and a strong positive attitude to work. Try to be as disciplined as possible, punctual worker, "no bad habits", and this positive will work for you.