When I ask for feedbacks from my manager, it’s always good good. I think it’s part of the company’s culture.
Managers have more important work to do rather than help some juniors to develop. I am not being pessimistic, but I’ve seen people in the company for more than three years and still are at junior level.
I felt myself didn’t really grow much which makes me scared. Most of the time, i am repeating the same thing again and again. I go to meetups, learn online, but I am not a fast learner! I felt like I don’t have enough time to understand one thing, here comes another.
- Microsoft do_needfulYou should learn how to make impact. First make sure that your skip level knows you and knows what you're doing.
- You know there’s a role between junior and senior?
If you aren’t growing. Time to look for a new job maybe?
- Microsoft X9pl12Sounds like you made the same mistake I used to, which was to ask for general feedback instead of being more direct and asking what specifically I need to do to get promoted.
Some managers just assume you don’t care if you don’t express that intent. I know it’s weird but true.
- Reddit 5‘6 IndianLiterally one of your managers job is to help you develop, not sure where you got the idea it wasn’t. Doesn’t mean all managers are good at it and you should definitely take your own initiative too