Sono consigli americani, ma possono essere utili anche da noi, anche se la nostra cultura e il nostro sistema di valori sono un po’ diversi.
Each of us has a reputation that follows us from place to place. That reputation may be good or it may be bad. I hope yours is good and I’m assuming that you want to keep it that way. After all, a bad reputation may affect you more than a good one. Perhaps you’re on the hunt for a new job. That bad reputation may make it much harder to find your next gig. In today’s hyper-connected world, even the smallest public misstep can spell the end of a once-great reputation. Fortunately, you generally control your own destiny in this regard. Here are some things you should definitely NOT do if you want to retain your positive image.
Takeaway: If you aren’t careful about protecting your reputation, you may find yourself doing damage control for the rest of your career.
10 ways to destroy your reputation | TechRepublic
La lista (per i dettagli andate a leggere l’articolo originale):
- Don’t choose your battles
- Misuse social media
- Commit a crime
- Be proven to be a hypocrite
- Listen little, talk much
- Fail to take responsibility
- Change your stance… all the time
- Get drunk
- Be constantly difficult to work with