Paths Links People

Paths Links People

Thonigala Inscriptions are of the 2nd Century BC and carved on Rock. information courtesy;Internet

Thonigala Inscriptions are of the 2nd Century BC and carved on Rock. information courtesy;Internet
Tonigala. (a.) Parumaka Abaya puta parumaka Tisaha wapi acagirika Tisa pawatahi agata anagata catudisa sagasa dine. Dewana pi maharaja Gamini Abaye niyate acanagaraka ca [tawi] rikiya nagaraka ca. Parumaka Abaya puta parumaka Tisa niyata pite raj aha agata anagata catudisa sagasa

History; Path to future

History; Path to future
Reading Future through History, Nagala mountain and the Stupa of the Nagala Kanda Rajamaha Viharaya, Nikaweva, Polpithigama, Kurunegala District.

yesterdays kingdoms enhanced people's today

yesterdays kingdoms enhanced people's today
let us view today through past ...........Kingdom of Yapahuwa - 13th Century

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

how to keep an issue before a person?

first let's keep this in our mind. let's not try to keep any issues before anyone. this i basically aimed at unavoidable situations or unpredictable situations of nay carrier handling. and this is not a story or personally aiming at anyone. these are normal facts i guess all know and experience in carrier life but often forget to deal in  away that gives you answers positive or useful with less or no headaches at all.  

Above isn't a very attractive title, isn't it? Who likes issues, me? Never

What about you guys? I do not think that you like to hear or face any issues.
I know no human management or HR management. But my instinct says that ‘how you take it (an issue) first and then how you keep it before a person is important in any issue handling.

I personally believe that there is a little gap between personal life and carrier life of a person. Therefore I often feel that both personal and carrier life somewhat affects both when handing personal and carrier things accurately or freely or relaxly.

Actually all above depends on personalities as well. Some know how to separate personal life from carrier life know how to handle things independently as independent components of life. But there are people who are a little weak in handing such things.    
So as a superior you should not keep any issue before anyone who is assisting you.  Keeping the head, mind, brain of a person cool is important to get the work done. If you make multiple faces( wicked or horrid), turning your lips up side down or turning it to this and that side, with wide eyes, expressing in a way that the whole mountain Everest is on your shoulders or your head, on that point of taking or explaining the issue to your assistant he she become backward.

Give them a ‘POSITIVE LOOK’, any work load or any issue can be solved easily.
I know no questions that can not be found answers.

If you are handling not only your assistants but also service receivers for instance if you are a head of an institute – Education, customer service, advisory agency  what so ever institution there are moments that your external pleasantness or pleasant appearance become vital or useful. I mean not those ordinary measurements I am talking about. I am talking about ‘you should not throw issues in to a face of a person’ ‘try to keep a relax mood before your assistance no matter how big the issue is. That is a strategy I believe. Do not try to show serious faces those will give you troubles specially in maintaining good and fruitful relationship between your co – workers. What you give often what you receive in return.  If you donate a smile you would receive a smile in return. Similarly the opposite happens.  
Then working becomes easier and pleasant. Between workers there should not be huge gaps.  You need to slowly erase the gap of unpleasantness between workers.
I know that it is no easy if you are already practicing certain method of working.

let me take this opportunity to thank those who share a smile with me everyday, very other day, once a week, twice week, once a month. those are really encouraging.  

May you all earn thousands and millions of smiles a day!              

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