I can help you in getting a different perspective on any workplace issue. Getting a neutral, balanced perspective helps when you yourself are too frustrated, stressed out or cynical to form a sound opinion of your own or to separate the issue from the person. I will give you an unbiased, practical, opinion supported by sound reasoning when it comes to: - Dealing with a difficult boss - Dealing with a difficult subordinate - Dealing with uncooperative/demotivated team members - Learning to project your work and not just completing it - Negotiating for timelines In short, any workplace related problem thats is not specific to a specific industry. I am your 'agony aunt' column for work place woes! :-) I CANNOT give solutions to precise 'technical' problems. There is a separate section for that! Go there!
I have been in the offshoring/consulting industry for about 9+ years. The intensely competitive business coupled with the extremely challenging environments makes my learning much more than the average level. Plus people management has been my interest since childhood and I have done plenty of it right since my school days. Have researched, experimented a lot in this area as well. And I always think knowledge that comes out of interest and experience is much more useful than a college degree.
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Hi Warinee I apologize for the delay in my response. I understand your dilemma. It's always tough to terminate somebody. Makes us feel very guilty and hence makes it very hard. On the other hand
Sorry for the delay in my response Lerin. Missed your question somehow. I can absolutely understand how frustrating and stressful your situation might be. I am glad to see that you have already given
Hi Rachel, Thanks for writing in. And I understand the immense amount of guilt you will undergo, which naturally impacts you in a long way. So let me be very clear about this: It is NOT your fault
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Hi Jennifer, Thanks for writing in. I understand how hard it might be to be in this dilemma, especially when the employee is so eager to learn. Unfortunately, despite your best efforts(which I can