Undertake,by Dato’ Sri Jessy Lai

Dato Seri Jessy Lai Chai Shuang / Yun - Contact Me or Mon Space

我们不是按照规矩学走路,而是通过边学边做,通过摔倒来学习。

Wǒmen bùshì ànzhào guījǔ xué zǒulù, ér shì tōngguò biān xué biān zuò, tōngguò shuāi dǎo lái xuéxí
You don’t learn to walk by following rules. You learn by doing, and by falling over.

【承擔】

决策错误、遭遇失败在职场上是再所难免的事,对团队来说,更重要的反而是如何快速修正的能力。

成功的企业家与主管,通常都不会缠绕在问题上,而是专注于解决当下的问题,若是碍于主管个人面子或是其他因素,刻意回避大家心知肚明的错误,这不仅严重打击士气,团队还需要花更多心力去圆这个错误,很可能一步错就步步错下去。

相反地,若是主管对自己的错误勇敢承认,才有可能集合团队的智慧去改善,而愿意承认自己错误,通常也都是负责任、有肩膀的主管。

Mistakes are inevitable in the workplace. In fact, it is often a test of how fast a team can respond and correct a crisis.

Successful managers and entrepreneurs do not fixate themselves on the problem. Rather, they focus on solving the problem. If anyone tries to sweep obvious problems under the rug in order to save their own reputation, it only makes things worse. The team would have to spend more time and effort to correct the initial mistake.

On the contrary, if a manager is willing to admit his or her own mistake, the team would be able to learn from it and make amendments. The willingness to admit one’s own mistake is a clear sign of being responsible.

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