intelligent disobedience at workplace
An article by Tessa White, Founder and CEO of the SHE Team, offers two wonderful examples of Intelligent Disobedience at work.
Part of the growth of an individual at work is learning how to do the job when it isn’t as defined as you would like. Learn to stretch yourself, make good decisions, and when you have to go outside the box, tell your boss why. Learning to think and occasionally show intelligent disobedience will help prepare you for bigger jobs down the road that require a lot more creativity and a a lot less direction.
Wonderful examples of Intelligent Disobedience at workplace
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