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It sounds to me like you need to talk to you manager. The subordinate/manager communication path works both ways. Being a good employee means knowing how to manage your manager.

Tell them your issues! Don't expect them to know them, I expect my staff to ask me questions when they have them, I want them to think on their own, not follow a specific path laid out by me. If, after they have done their own thinking, they still have questions, that's what I'm there for.

Just my opinion.

"Who is managed by both his staff and his supervisor"

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