12.8.10

Don't burn the bridge.....

Arh.....somebody posted my donkey years old teenage pixs just now at her blog! hehehe... That was  the time when I sported those baggy pants and big t-shirt, with O shape glasses. Well, that was the trend in the 80s then. And, I got lots of hair then... You figured out the blog, she's on my blog roll. :)


Ok, back to my main post tonight. I was helping out with some recruitment for my organisation and my former employers called me to check out more details. Well, I ever worked in two firms which also involved in oursourcing professional manpower. And, now I am their client. That's a real small world!


Thus, it's always a good thing not to burn bridges when you're leaving a company or if your subordinates leaving for greener pastures. And, it's always a good thing to keep the network with your bosses and peers as you might need their help in the future or they may be your potential business partners. It's also the same with your subordinates. Who knows, they might did better than you in the near future and you can form an alliance with them to improve your sales or help you out with a better job.

It's also advisable not to create strained relationships in your existing work place and  take arguments and disagreements professionally. It will be disastrous if  you cross paths with them in the future, especially over an important sales job. Well, probably if you don't like someone, let it just be on a working relationship and that's it.

Just some sharing, have a nice weekend folks!

12 comments:

  1. ...unless you wanna build a stringer bridge..

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  2. hahaha.. looking forward to tomorrow, right? yes, dont even cut it up.. stand on it cos it is our rice bowl..

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  3. hahahha!! now i know on aunt claire's blog's is U?! lol! nemind look sexay! lol

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  4. smallkucing - hahha... well, the world is really small especially here in Spore.

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  5. reanaclaire - ya ya...friday :)

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  6. Caroline - LOL...now even more sexy with the bulging tummy.. :P
    Have added you to my blog.

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  7. we need to take care of our prestige too.

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  8. Wenn - yup, but still don't make enemies. Have a good weekend.

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  9. We love the eighties,dont we? it was the best era for me i bet for you as well......

    yup, i agree 100000000 % dont burn the bridge once you crossed it,keep the friendship,we wil never know when we need that bridge again right,,

    take care now and god bless

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  10. Eugene - Fully agreed with you and this is what my post meant. And, yes, I love the 80s! It's such a beautiful period in my life.... don;t know how to describe! Everything seems so exciting then.

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  11. yes totally agree with you...i had a hard time when i started working in an organization, all the working relationship thingy -- very complicated haizzz

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  12. manglish - yeah man! Btw, where have u been lately ?

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