Added: Theophilus Borton - Date: 27.09.2021 15:30 - Views: 17934 - Clicks: 9199
How many times have you felt surprised or, putting it more strongly, betrayed at work by someone that you considered a friend?
However, believe me: only when you leave the company will you know you your friends really are. So, this is the question: Is it possible to care for, maintain and keep friendships in the workplace jungle? To answer this question let me give you two premises and two small pieces of advice. Work is work. Personal interest and internal competition play an important part in working relationships. Everyone that works wants to have his or her area of responsibility, whether great or small; to be noticed once in a while; be recognised as the author of something.
Admit it, we all like to get a pat on the back and be told that we are clever. On the other hand, too much competition could generate mercenary and self-destructive organisations, where anything goes and the ends justify the means.
People are just that: people. Only then you can share common objectives. I know that sometimes it is difficult to fulfil commitments with your colleagues, bosses or subordinates this is the collateral effect of internal competition.
If that is what you would like, then you should also do things in the same way. So, as you can see, in the end it is simple to construct a relationship of understanding and mutual respect if you apply these rules in your relationships. If you have clear principles, you will find that it is simple to apply them. From here… who knows? Maybe, as Bogart said to Captain Renault in Casablanca … this is the start of a beautiful friendship.
Thank you Sen! Alberto Andreu. Avisarme si me responden.Is there a such thing as friends
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There is no such thing as friends at work… or is there?