Loyal is defined as “a strong feeling of support or allegiance.”
Are you loyal? Honestly, I’m having trouble reasoning with myself. As a manager, it’s tough to tell what is supportive and what is demoralizing.
Your intentions are to better the organization; however, it doesn’t always feel like all of the members see it the same. When errors are pointed out to colleagues often a heavy breath is returned. As if you are deliberately trying to find an oversight.
Why does it feel shameful when it should feel fulfilling?
We all want quick responses, but we all dread responding. How can we collectively be more efficient? By shorting the detail, but remaining thoughtful. Clarity, in other words. Now, the big question is how do you teach someone to become more clear? I want to do BETTER!
Want to do better… anyone with two eyes, a nose, and a mouth can answer that simple question. Of course, you want to do better, who in their right mind wouldn’t? The problem is the time spent helping another do better is time taken away from one’s own success. That can only mean one will always be more successful than the other. Is it selfish wanting to be the successful one? I want to be better!