Friday, May 16, 2008

Now What Is It YOU Want?

This thought came to me when I was reading a thread at THE BAR.

You know, career advancement and better prospects are such vague terms.

What does it mean to you?

Different job scope?
Management-level duties?
More money?
Snazzy title?
A hot secretary that gives outstanding blowjobs?
Corner office?

What?

If you find it hard to leave because of the people, but want "better prospects", why not suggest to your boss a way to stay, but get a different scope of work?

Having been on both sides of the hiring desk, I guess I speak from experience that a good boss is as hard to find as a good employee.

3 comments:

Jaschocolate said...

during an interview, someone asked me what is that I want after i got my degree.. where do i want to advance to in my job..

I cant answer it at all.. screwed up my interview.. i just dont have a goal in my life, not any long term one anyway.. sighz..

The Horny Bitch said...

To be a good boss, u have to be a good employee first. Like what people say, a good leader is a good follower..

Vandalin said...

jaschocolate - that's a smoke out question. LIE.

HB - wonder why it is THAT particular statement never made it to the textbooks on leadership :P