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Keep calm and march ahead on your career path

Nov 27, 2017 18:03 IST
Keep calm and march ahead on your career path
Keep calm and march ahead on your career path

The path to successful career is never an easy journey; however that doesn’t mean to adopt unprofessional ways to pursue your goals. Life always comes with uneven steeps, and you should know to overcome them smartly. Be planned and prudent while doing any work and deal with the odds in a way that doesn’t put a dent in your career prospects. Remember! It’s all about maintaining your cool in every situation that makes the best out of you in the eyes of everyone.

Now-a-days, minor conflicts in workplaces have become common, and no company in this planet works 100% smoothly that assures to take care of you as their baby. In a typical company, disagreements over decisions made, actions taken or fighting over personal growth and company goals make life tougher and challenging. Nevertheless, that doesn’t mean you will keep on fighting over small issues as it will virtually retaliate on your overall career growth.

In the heat of losing your calm might affect your relation with bosses and colleagues. Therefore, use your brain and try to understand every situation with a composed mind to refrain from such nonsensical acts of disdain. 

Note: Sometimes, it’s better to let things go (if it is not going to affect you in a big way)

Though it is completely up to you how to manage your work and handle every situation like a professional, we are coming up with few helpful tips to avoid fights in workplace like a pro:

Measure the Seriousness of the Disagreement

No wonder, arguments are bound to happen in any workplace as everyone has his/her ideas to present. Therefore, in such situations two ideas clash with each other, resulting in heated debate without any reason whatsoever. To avoid such conflicts, make sure to present yourself with a calm mind and try to be a good listener. Put yourself forward in a logical and polite way. Disagreements from bosses are an integral part that you can’t ignore, therefore, make your mind and stay prepared. Sometimes, it is also good to compromise and that’s not going to harm you in any which ways.

Try to avoid conflicts when it’s not necessary at all

As the Nobel Laureate, Amartya Sen said, “Indians are the most Argumentative”, and yes, we are! However, you must keep one thing glued to your morals is that you are not coming to office to raise a flight against your counterparts, you are here to work! That’s the primary requirement to achieve your goals.

Never try to take everything served on your table with ego and personal vengeance. Yes, sometimes things go out of your hand, but try to resolve such situations in a diplomatic way. It is mostly observed that fights in workplaces mostly occur due to small issues which don’t require any attention. Suppose, if your boss yelled at you or your co-workers told you something in an unpleasant manner, you immediately turn red and try to pounce back. But, that is completely unnecessary. Simply try to let go off such things. Just for sake of fighting if you keep on fighting that is going to add nothing but trouble to your career.

Be wise in choosing battles

No one wants to bear the tag of uncultured and argumentative employee over his/her head as it’s going to make the life of the respective employee difficult in the workplace. After-all, every one of us is dependent on the other and it’s all about team work at the end of the day. Therefore, make sure to be politically correct in tough situations and handle them with ease. It will not only help you to establish better relationship with your boss and co-workers but also increase your value in their eyes.

In this way, next time if you get stuck in some work, you will get help from your colleagues instantly. And, who knows? It might work wonders for you in the next appraisal season.

Peace!!!

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