David D. your input is spot on! I currently work for two managers as does the rest of my office; it has been this way for 4+ years. Speaking from experience; I can tell you it requires OPEN COMMUNICATION at all times. There is no such thing as “over communicating”. I must also add, this situation can become dicey if the two managers have oposing opinions or strategies, in this case, it is always best to circle round and make sure you are clear on your given direction.
The bottom line: Communicate, communicate, communicate and make no assumptions.
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