职场人士跌倒了怎么爬起来
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职场人士跌倒了怎么爬起来 亲爱的安妮:我主动承担了一个颇受关注 的大项目,很显然这个项目超出了我的能力 我以为这种方法会奏效,甚至相比我们之前 在类似项目上的投入,我认为这种方法可以 节省大量时间和资金。 很可惜,惨败的过程不必细说。如今事 实证明,我的想法破产了。项目落后于预定 计划,结果为了让项目“回到正常轨道”, 我的上司指定了其他人负责。公司高层经常 说,冒险是创新的一个重要部分,比如“多 失败,快失败”之类的话。但我没看到任何 人像我一样,把事情搞砸,我感觉自己像是 办公室里的“低等贱民”。现在我想知道, 我能否从那次失败中恢复过来,重新树立自 己的“街头信誉”?或者我最好还是赶快找 一份新工作?——I.D. 亲爱的 I.D.:先别着急更新简历。 Highland 咨询集团(Highland Consulting Group)总裁兼 CEO、高管导师罗克珊娜•休尔 森说:“只要想学东西,我们都会犯错误。 这次失败会让你刻骨铭心,所以一定要充分 利用它。” 她补充道,这意味着先把自我放到一边, 真正“理解关于自己,关于公司,你能从中 学到哪些东西。”尽可能平静、冷静地仔细 分析计划失败的原因。然后与上司以及项目 目前的负责人坐下来,好好交流一下你为什 么认为自己的想法会有效,同时解释一下最 终失败的具体原因。 这种谈话有些难度,正如在其他谈话中 一样,态度决定一切。不恰当的语气,比如 烦躁、生气或防御性的语气,对于你已经遭 受打击的声誉无疑弊大于利。对于如何走出 失败的阴影,休尔森提供了六条建议: 1. 把问题摆到台面上。休尔森说:“就 算你能隐瞒所发生的事情, 也不要这么做。 ” 如果不能做到完全诚实,会让人们禁不住怀 疑,实际情况是不是比看起来更糟糕。 2. 与上司进行坦诚的交流。如上所述, Dear Annie:I volunteered to run a big, visible project that was something of a stretch that was radically different from anything that had been tried here before. I really thought it would work, and possibly even save a lot of time and money over what we had been expending on similar projects in the past. Unfortunately, and without going into all the gory details, it's now becoming painfully obvious that my idea was a bust. The project is way behind schedule, and my boss has put someone else in charge to "get it back on track." Senior management at my company is always talking about risk as an essential part of innovation, "fail often and fail fast," etc. But I've never seen anyone here actually blow it like I just did, and I'm feeling like the office pariah. Now I'm wondering, can I recover from this and get my "street cred" back, or would it be smart to start job hunting? -- In the Doghouse Dear I.D.:Whoa, don't start updating your resume just yet. "We all make mistakes, if we're going to learn anything," notes Roxana Hewertson, an executive coach who is president and CEO of Highland Consulting Group. "You'll never forget this one, so make the most of it." That means putting your ego to the side and "truly understanding what you can learn from it, about yourself, and your business, in every way possible," she adds. Analyze exactly how and why your plan went off the rails, as calmly and dispassionately as you can. Then sit down with your boss, and perhaps the person now in charge of the project, outline why you thought your idea would work, and explain precisely why it didn't. In this difficult conversation, as in so many others, attitude is everything. The wrong tone -- whether whiny, angry, or defensive -- can do 范围。我尝试了一种之前从未使用过的方式。 assignment for me, and I took an approach