If you’re a recent grad stepping into your first serious professional job, you may have encountered the following scenario—and if you have, you’re certainly not alone:You’ve been settling into your workplace and finding your feet for a few months. You’re picking up the ropes as you go, and when you have a question, you turn to the nearest person who might be able to provide an answer, and you ask. But you still somehow feel like you’re not impressing your boss, and you’re not picking up the reins as fast she wants or expects. Finally she calls you into her office to air a few concerns. Why aren’t you using the software system properly? Why are you asking for help so often? What’s the matter? Why is there such a disconnect between what she wants and what you seem able to deliver?