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Work Ethics: Credit where Credit’s not due

Posted on | February 26, 2011 | No Comments

I’ve recently come across a few dubious articles online from people (not naming anyone) and it got me thinking about my work ethic.

As someone who’s been in management for a good few years,  I find it increasingly important to not only continue to drive myself but just as important is to continue pushing my team and giving them the best chances possible to increase their knowledge base, move into new areas/channels and grab hold of the advantages that I myself feel I have been given through my career to date.

That’s why, when I do interviews for online articles, speak at events or even networking with or without a beer I’m concious to NEVER lie and take credit for something that I have not done myself and that I support and congratulate any of my team members who have helped achieve milestones along the way..

It’s a shame when when things like this happens and I hope more people have the same honest ethics that I myself like to stick to.


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