HWH Group | A word from Teacher Huang


Recently, a former student shared with me about life in the workplace. He encountered a problem that made him very distressed. I believe that students in the workplace may also have relevant experience. What should I do if I don't agree with my supervisor? In the division of power, he is on top and you are on the bottom. How to face this embarrassing situation or solve it?

Teacher, I have a supervisor in my current job. He likes to keep getting at me. Accusing me of something I didn't do, but not saying it was what he thought. He often told me that the OOO supervisor recently complained to me that you were rude, and the XXX supervisor told everyone that you are often lazy, but I may not have met the OOO supervisor or the XXX supervisor recently. How can I be rude or be lazy to them ? I have not heard from my colleagues that the two supervisors have described their dissatisfaction with my situation. Teacher, what should I do?

In the workplace, there are bound to be people who disagree with me. I did nothing wrong. Why do I have to bear the "accusation" from my supervisor?

What is clear from this description of your supervisor is that whether or not you work or get along with the OOO supervisor or the XXX supervisor, whether the OOO supervisor or the XXX supervisor is not satisfied with you, in conclusion, your supervisor is not satisfied with your etiquette and work attitude, but he uses such a statement to tell you about it, and such an expression is that you don't like. There are many kinds of people in this world, and each of them has his own way of handling things. Maybe he thinks you are his subordinate, and he tells you these things in a "tactful" way, which will not directly cause the two of you. So at this time, we have to go back and ask ourselves, whether there is a sloppy situation in the execution of the tasks assigned by the supervisor, so that the supervisor misunderstands that I am being lazy, or that I am not respectful enough in the attitude towards the supervisor. When your emotions are aimed at "things" rather than "characters", it may be easier for you to digest that emotion or find out how to deal with your supervisor. When we first reflect on ourselves and change, then we will study the current situation. If the situation still cannot be improved, we may try to communicate with the supervisor and ask the supervisor for guidance, because everyone has blind spots, and some things cannot be seen or not. These will evolve into nutrients for yourself in the workplace and then you can grow yourself. I hope you will change your mind, and can build a strong foundation for your career.