This essay focuses on the contemporary age of openness. They can become emotional, challenging, and outspoken about their views. If they are not heard
Now let’s look at this the other way. According to Yale Professor Amy Wrzesniewski, organization-lovers are often “the first people to become offended” when they think the organization is making wrong decisions. They can become emotional, challenging, and outspoken about their views. If they are not hear, they can increase their venting or withdraw. Yet organization-lovers can be topperforming employees: they are often highly engaged, inspiring, and strong team players who are more likely to work harder than others.
Venting their frustrations helps restore a positive attitude to keep them high performing. Research indicates that venting to coworkers can also build camaraderie. Since guidelines for acceptable office conversation are almost nonexistent in the contemporary age of openness, personalization, and transparency, you must decide what kinds of office talk are ethical and productive. Knowing who is approaching you for conversation, why they are approaching you, what they may talk about, and how you may keep the discussion productive and ethical can help you choose whether to engage or excuse yourself.
Keeping open channels of communication is crucial to the success of every organization. As such, an organization needs to be design in such a way that individuals and departments are able to coordinate their efforts.
A sound organizational structure is essential for setting priorities. In a tall hierarchical structure, the managers and executives determine the most crucial objectives that need to be meet first. The heads of departments can then determine how to allocate different resources and the specific tasks to designate first.
Firstly, be sure
thirdly, be cool