To tell or not to tell on your boss?

In the 1980s, my mother worked at a real estate agent’s office in New Delhi, India. (Though Daljit [name changed], her boss, had claimed it would be a challenging role and that he would get her involved fully in the business, it turned out to be a stenographer’s job.) Daljit was a 35-year old guy…

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An apology of an apology

My boss, Ashok [name changed], opened up a list of leads. He said, “Nandita, your uncle is a consultant to the XYZ group, and we would like to approach them so we can give them a demo of our workflow solutions. Cold-calling hasn’t helped; now that you know someone there, please fix up an appointment…

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Washing my dirty linen: the apology

[I’m honoured that LinkedIn has allowed me to publish my blog directly on LinkedIn hereafter. I will, of course, continue to replicate my posts here, for the benefit of those who do not know me through Facebook or LinkedIn–and for the love of WordPress itself!] After reading this LinkedIn article, and especially after watching this…

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