I manage a team and some cross-team projects and have been growing well within my company for the past few years. I had a great head start, although after my second promotion I felt it was really hard to play politics (I have a very busy personal and family life, as well as some health issues to deal with).
I feel that I have a good relationship with my direct supervisor and his supervisor (our Boss); however, recently I have noticed him ignoring me on many occasions, taking others' to important meetings and even asking me to stop doing certain responsibilities.
In our one-on-one's and performance reviews he says absolutely nothing, that all is fine and I should continue as I am doing. I personally feel that with my health condition and several other problems I am doing a great job at juggling all that goes on in my life!
I am puzzled, however, about what is happening, and I am starting to have very bad gut feelings, bad dreams, etc.
Even though there is absolutely no negative feedback against me from neither of my managers, there is just thing I feel could be a source of tension - our Boss usually communicates with my supervisor and me separately. A number of times, it seemed like my supervisor tells my Boss one version of the story, and to me another - and when my Boss asks me, I often feel like I am coming across as not knowing anything or giving wrong information. However, this issue has never been openly discussed and, at least in appearance, nobody ever complained.
So... if there are no issues, what could I do at this point?
And if there is an issue but they are hiding it from me - what could I do in that case?