It is an old concept since 1970 or even before that people in India always love to go abroad for job and a phrase ”Brain Drain” has been coined from this particular perspective. India has always been a land of great talents and with growing population now India has become one of the largest store houses of talent in Asia. The students here love to study dedicatedly and work very hard to get good marks, to study in the premiere institutes and then get placement in Tier 1 companies with great salary.
We are very much well accepted in foreign countries since the time of swami Vivekananda who was the first Indian who put India on a global market. After that Jagadish Chandra bose, Rabindra Nath Tagore, Satyen Roy, and very recently Amartya Sen showed our calibre in foreign countries. Not to forget our old heroes like Aryabhatta who discovered “0” was from india only. Due to this reason Indians are well accepted in any parts of the world. Professionals in India doing whatever job are much more superior and committed towards their work and this is the main reason they are in demand in foreign countries
We all know we are individuals and we have every right to speak our mind. But while working in an office we must follow certain decorum and it’s very important to maintain professionalism and we must learn what to say so that we can be a good team player.
We must understand in today’s cut throat competition it is very important to be wise and intelligent and not to speak whatever you feel like, because one irresponsible word can spoil your reputation, your relationship with your colleague, boss and you can come under their bad books for ever.
In work place we must follow one thing that our words will reflect our personality so we need to choose our words very carefully.
Here is a small list of what we must not speak in work place:
“This work is not allotted to me”: In work place we have to work as a team where everyone has been defined with a role. Sometimes it might happen that some colleagues need our help in some work, it’s not a good practice to be rude to them rather helping them is a good practice because someday we might need someone’s help. But we also need to make sure our own work should not be hampered in the process and we should not be taken for granted.
“The fault is not mine”: In a team work we can’t afford to say mean minded things like this because it only shows our negative attitude towards work and we are not capable of taking any responsibilities. In future we will not be provided with good opportunities just because of this attitude of ours.
After you’re leaving your College, you may find limited opportunities to get a job that can suit your profile or your education but the right career is out there for everyone. You need to do lot of research about yourself first to realize your strengths, and acquire new skills, as well as master the courage to make a change, you can discover the career that’s right for you.
Like many you may also think that the sole point of going for a job is to bring home enough money to live comfortably. But it’s not the whole and true story, for the first few months you may enjoy the money but slowly fatigue will take over you, and you will start getting bored as this is not the job you wanted, and you are not satisfied. If you are unsatisfied with what you do every day, it takes a toll on your physical and mental health. You may feel burned out and frustrated, anxious, depressed, or unable to enjoy time at home knowing another workday is ahead. What’s more, if you don’t find your work meaningful and rewarding, it’s hard to keep the momentum going to advance in your career. You are more likely to be successful in a career that you feel passionate about.