Fabricating a Business Personality (Work Habits)
May 9, 2014 - 10:13am
The core concept the student must master, as he or she goes about the gradual and serious business of fabricating a sustainable business personality, is the necessity to conform to cultural and preestablished personal expectations. This may sound like sheer conformity, but it’s not, not really. It is recognition that one’s appearance and behavior—in any organization, from the Boy Scouts to the Supreme Court to a hip-hop posse on tour—must be in accordance, within a certain zone, with what people expect.
See which one of these co-workers has the right idea about how to act.
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