Great coworkers can transform common days to thanksgiving,
routine jobs into joy, and ordinary opportunities into blessings.
~ Google Quotes
|The perfect way to end the day in Beamaris. Skating at dusk on Lake Muskoka.|
TAKEN: March 2022
Have you ever had one of those days where you landed at work and you realized two minutes in that you were going to need a do-over?
Jokingly, the morning I returned from Las Vegas, I asked my leadership team of coworkers (in our Monday morning meeting) for a show of hand of 'who did my job' when I was away. No one raised their hand.
They did laugh, a lot, which told me what I was coming back to. My glass half full kicked in and it simply reminded me what job security actually looks like.
That said, whining about how far behind I became and time change complaints aside, I chose the word because I work with a really great group of people.
If there is one observation I will make, it's that we communicate really well, and no one goes rogue to get themselves ahead in the company. In all my years of work life experience, that is a rarity.
Oh, the other thing is that this is the first company that I have worked where the President has surrounded himself with four very intelligent women to help him lead.
Even rarer than no one scratching their way to the top? Zero drama!
All in all, our quorum of leaders loyally serve the greater good of the company as a whole.
Which on so many levels, makes going to work every day extremely easy.
It really is nice having a drama-free workplace you enjoy being at.ReplyDelete
I've enjoyed an almost drama free workplace for some years now-it helps that I am retired and came back because I wanted to, and work part time at the same job I had- and now I just found out one of our team (we've worked together for years) is retiring in June. The retiring wasn't a surprise. The date is. So, I can see why you treasure your quorum so much.ReplyDelete