How is work treating you?
Is work a four letter word in your world?
I am on a mission to serve people. This month is about people who work for their daily bread and I would love to ask for your support in helping me serve the people who really need the work I offer.
If you know of people who are feeling compromised at work, would you be willing to make an introduction of one or two to people who e.g. are having a hard time with management, with the environment they are expected to work in… and/or have issues with the organization they work for on the one hand. On the other hand people who are having challenges with subordinates. Either way, I would love to hear from them/you.
I know from experience that it is not always easy, no matter where you are in the pecking order. Each level has its own challenges. I would like to be able to make a difference so that in future people will not have to put up with the treatment that we were subjected to. I cannot imagine that it is any better now than it was then. If what friends and family are telling me is anything to go by, nothing’s changed, it might actually even have deteriorated.
Treatment at work
How you are treated at work has a direct influence on your well-being, as well on the people around you; that includes colleagues, and if your interact with customers, suppliers, and other service providers, it affects them too… and not to mention your nearest and dearest. In actual fact, with everyone you come into contact with, not so?
If you are in a bad mood because of something that happened at work, isn’t your patience with other people on the road just a little less than usual, or the person at the till, the queue you have to wait in, the wrong prescription, something that was supposed to be done, but isn’t, a reminder for you to do something when you don’t feel like doing it, an unintended sleight, and so on… Your tolerance is just a little, or a lot less…
- The incompetent that makes your life a misery
- Managers that don’t manage properly
- Bosses that treat you badly or with disdain
- Unacceptable behaviour of colleagues
- Inappropriate expectations or demands
- Managers that have to deal with staff issues
- The ones you can’t trust to do what they are supposed to
- The tardy, latecomers, AWOLs, saboteurs, etc…
Who can you talk to about it that will understand, and maybe be able to do something about it?
At the very least, get it off your chest. Here is an opportunity to do so. It costs nothing. It is completely safe. Privacy Guaranteed.
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“Strength of character and independence form the foundation for authentic, effective interaction with others.” – Stephen R Covey.
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