I have a new manager (started 3 mths ago) who is doing a great job addressing process changes, motivating my co-workers to work outside of their normal roles with projects. I think he's great but I don't fully trust him. My new manager tends to keep information or projects close to him and I end up hearing about projects when they have already started. I'm being left out to be honest. My role is to help implement a lot of these processes as a strategist and as a expert on one of our systems. I let him know that it's great for my coworkers to be new contributors but that I should still be included based on being the expert on our systems and how some of our teams work. I often have to ask to be included and give the why but it's always an after thought. In addition, I've asked what projects should I be working on and where does he see my role in the big picture? He never gives me a solid answer and tells me to keep working on my own projects. I create projects for myself as I find areas of improvement and address it. I'm just not sure how else I should approach this situation. I'm not getting any sort of development training, career growth, guidance, feedback or work from him and it just makes me feel left out of the team. I've brought this up with my boss boss who I have a great relationship with and she said she would address it and agreed with me but still no real change. What else should I do?