Animal spirits managers should learn
Look at them. As a manager, which one or some of them have you done?
Due diligence: The most popular person in the new human race is criticized for its lack of responsibility. As a newcomer, learn to establish a responsible concept so that supervisors and colleagues can be taught.
With a mentality of doing more and learning more, you will soon enter the state.
Unity bees: Newcomers enter the company and often don’t know how to use the power of the team to complete the work.
Today’s companies are very particular about Teamock. This includes not only seeking resources through the team, but also proactively helping others and taking pride in the group.
Persevering Salmon: Because the newcomer is still uncertain about their life, they often don’t know what they will do in the future.
Setting goals is the homework first, and then moving forward with perseverance.
Of course, you should stop and observe the results on the way, but most of the people who change are not able to achieve anything.
The ambitious Hongyan: Too many young people give up the challenges that may create prospects because they want to be temporarily relaxed.
Always encourage yourself to set your goals far away.
The sharp-eyed eagle: The newcomer must first learn to distinguish right from wrong, and to observe the current situation carefully.
Accepting instructions irrespective of right or wrong will be more effective and less appreciated and encouraged.
Down-to-earth elephants: Elephants walk slowly, but step by step, accumulating progressive strength.
The newcomers must not talk wildly, but they cannot end one by one.
A down-to-earth person will make others feel safe and willing to turn more responsibility into you.
The camel who bears humiliation: Work pressure and interpersonal relationships are often the burden that newcomers cannot bear.
There is a long way to go in life. Only by learning the spirit of camel bearing weight can we reach the end safely.
Strictly punctual cock: Many people don’t have the concept of time, they are late for work, they can’t deliver on time, and so on, all are the consequences of not having the concept of time.
Time is cost. The concept of time cost in the newcomer period will help improve work efficiency in future promotion.
Thanksgiving Goat: You can learn from others’ experience like a sponge, but the workplace is not a cram school, and no one has the obligation to teach you how to get the job done.
Learning the spirit of goats’ nurturing, and having a heart of gratitude, will make work happier.
The bravely challenged lion: For big cases, new cases are brave enough to undertake, it is the best exercise for newcomers.
If you have the opportunity, you should bravely challenge impossible tasks and have accumulated experience that others cannot get. The next promotion may be you.
A resourceful monkey: Sometimes the process at work is always the same. The advantage of a newcomer is that he does not understand the existing methods, but can create new ideas and ideas.
Accepting the delivery of work blindly, we can only learn the skin of working methods, and those who can think about contingency will learn the essence of methods.
Empathetic dolphin: I often ask myself: What should I do if I am the supervisor?
Helps absorb ways to handle things.
Being empathetic at work will reduce the burden on supervisors and co-workers, and will also make you more popular.