Perceptions, and (mis)Communication

So on yesterday morning, we went to clarify what is it that e-san was trying to mean, and realised that the things she wanted were quite different from the impression that she had given to the rest of us.

There is some point that I do agree in it. The meeting could had been more productive had there been some slides to guide through other than just the promotion form and T&C. Yet, it shouldn’t be brought to such a point where it affected the rest of the people in the meeting. How people perceive you is more important in this case, as bad impression breeds rumours and things can fall apart quickly from there on.


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