When studying in school, I often see some students who are diligent in drawing key points and taking notes. Often the entire textbook is marked by highlighter, and the teacher’s words can be emptied into the notebook word by word. In school, you can often get good grades in exams that emphasize memory over comprehension, but in the workplace, such a straight-line logic may not work well. Angelina is the youngest employee in the department.
Not long after she returned from studying abroad, she entered a well-known marketing company in the industry through the recommendation photo background removing of the former intern supervisor. She also has a passion and hopes that she can use her own abilities and the company to give her a stage. Play well. At work, she is not only the first to arrive at the company every day, but the last to leave the whole group. Whenever the boss explains anything, she writes it down in her notebook seriously, like a good student, taking every sentence of the boss as a golden sentence. extract. Once, the boss explained that she will have a client's annual staff meeting next, and she needs to do a site survey in advance, book a venue, and go to the lighting, audio manufacturers and the host.
Later, because the client has not yet finalized the staff meeting time, Angelina is in her heart. I remembered this, but I didn't contact the venue in advance, thinking that the client hadn't confirmed the date anyway, so let's talk about it and deal with other things at hand first. Unexpectedly, the boss asked her how her progress was after two weeks? Have you been to the venue? Which venues are recommended? Can third-party manufacturers cooperate at the beginning of the year? She faltered and couldn't answer, but reluctantly said, "The client hasn't confirmed the date yet, so I haven't been to the venue yet."