The first and second points above make me feel that I have gained a lot of respect and affirmation for "individuals". At the same time, I also need to establish my own principles, values, and working methods. stand out. 1_dQGDaeIUKW0oL2tFSAzUGg Author provided My team at Booking for the past year, Packages! The team is very diverse. In addition to me from Taiwan, there are colleagues from the UK, the Netherlands, India, Vietnam, Ukraine, Egypt, Hungary, and Zimbabwe. Honest and direct communication doesn’t destroy relationships, it builds trust Because of the overlapping responsibilities with the supervisor, I always felt that there was no room to play, so I had the idea of changing teams within the company.
At that time, I talked to a supervisor I trusted color correction services in different departments in the workplace to talk about this matter, and wanted to ask him if there were other vacancies under him that I could transfer. After he understood my situation, he asked my first The question is: "Have you talked to your supervisor about these things?". I said no, and he continued, "Of course I'd be happy to help you see if there's a suitable team here, but the first thing you should do is talk directly to your supervisor, maybe things will turn around. ”
So I worked up the courage to list a lot of feedback for my supervisor, share it in the next 1–1 conversation, and tell him what I wanted to turn in. When I said it, I was trembling, I was afraid of offending people, and I was afraid that it would destroy the relationship. After all, leaving the team I think is similar to leaving for the supervisor, right? Did not expect my supervisor (Dutch) to say that he is very grateful that I trust him so much, he is happy that I have become more direct, he agrees that he has these problems, he thinks my feedback is very good, hope I have any feedback tell him directly.