The unwritten rules of showing that we’re serious about our work, wanting to keep our jobs, and and serious about supporting our employer…

taking responsibility, even if it’s not our fault going, “above and beyond”, without asking for renumeration or recognition taking on coworkers’ responsibilities taking on more work than is assigned anticipating coworkers’ and supervisors’ needs not complaining not criticizing not job hunting not asking for raises, positions, or job/career advancements assuming that the company’s way orContinue reading “The unwritten rules of showing that we’re serious about our work, wanting to keep our jobs, and and serious about supporting our employer…”

NEVER ASSUME THAT YOU AND YOUR SUPERVISORS/BOSSES HAVE THE SAME GOALS (or even similar goals), THE SAME ASSESSMENT OF RISK, THE SAME SENSE OF URGENCY, THE SAME ENERGY, THE SAME EXECUTION TIME TABLE, THE SAME UNDERSTANDING OF OTHER COMPETING TASKS / GOALS, THE SAME OBSESSIVENESS TO DETAIL, OR THE SAME SENSE OF SUPPORT FROM OTHERS.

Charles Tadros, M.D. September 9, 2021 Saint Louis, Missouri

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