If you don’t ask, you’re less likely to get what you want. It seems so simple. Yet for some reason, people hold back. They expect their bosses to read their minds. Some just settle for less and bring half their hearts (or brains) to work. Others decide it’s easier to leave than to ask. Most people eventually realize that no matter where or with whom they work, at times they will want a little more of something. And the best way to get that something is to ask.
What you don’t ask for stays the same.
If you are a solid performer, your managers want to know what will keep you engaged (satisfied, productive) ...