Jul 17, 2022
In General Discussions
When the other person's suggestion is very severe, our immediate response is often to justify our actions. For example, when supervisors suggest that we should do more to keep the project on schedule, we often respond that we have done a lot, but the project needs to be delayed because of someone else's delay. Shivani pointed out that such a defensive response not only did not increase the supervisor's trust in us, but even made him doubt our leadership. It can also cause supervisors to company banner design become more reserved about giving advice later on. To make matters worse, our defensive mentality may well evolve into "making excuses." According to Shivani, our first reaction to advice is to jump into a defensive mindset right away. This is because we have no confidence in our own abilities and end up distorting what we hear. For example, when a supervisor advises us to do more, he is not questioning our project management abilities, but telling us what else we can try. Or when our colleague says "this design does not solve all the needs of the customer", he does not think our design is bad, but means that there may be something we have not considered. 1 2 » Read the full text Don't want to paginate? Try our new service you may also like Three key mental methods for resignation: how to write a letter, how to fight for benefits, and be careful as a person?