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How to React

Last post August 14, 2009 10:52 AM by sow.happy. 1 repiles.

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How to React

 

for example -X has joined some organisation which is reputed and his/her experience earlier  is also from reputed organisation with good work culture ,in his/her earlier organisation taking intiatives where been appreciated ,but in present organisation if same actions are followed they are depreciated , if he/she sits silently they will assume that he/she does works only which is entrusted noextra intiatives they will definetly question which will ultimately effect during performance review ,my question is when thier is no proper support how to react ...?

August 14, 2009 09:242
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Re: How to React

I can understand this situation very well!

It feels very different when you have to be just someone else because of your surroundings. But the best solution would be to just analyse the kind of mind-sets around you, kind of activities and initiatives appreciated and kind of reserved-ness thats required to keep yourself at a comfortable zone.

If you are just required to do your 8 hour job and pop out of the office, then just restrict to it. But definitely sometimes when required, any situation or scenario which requires an initiative from team members, be the first one to make your presence feel...

Good Luck...

Radhika

August 14, 2009 10:523
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Re: How to React

Hey Radhika

I really appreciate your kind suggestion.

Thanks a lot

sowjanya