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A manager became upset with me since some projects were
not being completed. Without discussing the situation with me
first, she criticized me in front of one of the employees
I directly supervised. I was upset that she made me look
bad in front of my workers, but I remained calm and asked her
to step into the office so that we could talk about it in
more detail. We discussed the problem, and she learned that
the non-completion of the tasks was not my fault. Another
manager did not receive his instructions telling him the
tasks he needed to complete. After that I learned not to
jump to conclusions when dealing with others that I work
and that sometimes a miscommunication can lead to a much
larger problem. I've learned to get the complete facts.
Please let me know if you need any clarification. I'm always happy to answer your questions.
Jun 12th, 2015
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