You post a snap of yours in that hot red slit-skirt and ruffled top and pop! You publish it on Facebook for the public to check out your sexy avatar. Your Twitter profile bears your candid remarks on your manager from the previous company which won you several empathies from your colleagues who bore the same brunt! Read more
“Your position here at Wertheimer’s is no longer available. You have been let go and I’m here today to talk about your options….” said Miss Keener in the 2009 movie, Up In The Air, while a shocked Mr. Samuels sat opposite to her, not even trying to suppress his innermost feelings about the shocker.
Like Mr. Samuels, thousands of people are let go every day globally. If you are among one of them, it’s better not to think about retaliating like Mr. Samuels and it’s more sensible to think about Miss Keener’s next words, “The sooner you trust the process, the sooner the next step of your life will unveil itself.”
Why does it happen more often than we think it does?
Are you planning to create a personal brand for your business? Are you clear about what you offer? Do you want to brand the idea that you have been nurturing? Are you sure about the idea? Irrespective of whether your answers are a confident yes or a disappointing no, the following article will help you change things for the better.
It’s not the brand but the image which is most important
Ever wondered what it feels like to be one of those guys who are differently able in your work place? Has it ever occurred to you why he has been hired by the company? Although he may seem like a misfit who doesn’t look like be assimilating well into your office culture, there is definitely a reason as to why he has been hired by the management team and the best suited answer to that is most likely to be that he/she has a certain amount of potential necessary for your company.
There are certain things that you should follow to deal with your office misfits. The following three are the best ways to do so:
Acknowledgement always works wonders