The more you know about how you are perceived by your co-workers, the better prepared you are to make decisions and act in a manner that helps you shape a positive image.


All of my decisions and activities should be consistent with what I would expect of my employees if I were a manager in a Supportive Environment.

There are some elements of your behavior which may increase your vulnerability in a non-supportive environment. Taking control over those areas of your professional life can produce results your co-workers will notice, can help you reduce your vulnerability, and can help you to better establish yourself in a more defensible posture.

Do your co-workers view you as a professional who can get things done or do they see you as a slacker? How certain are you?

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