Never Say No Swot Analysis
Firstly, the “who” that I will mention in my topic is an individual that works in the organization. …show more content…
There are lots of advantages when I always volunteer myself to do an urgent or important task. By this way, I can improve my skill and show my talent to my employer. Always being a volunteer to do a job can make myself gain more new knowledge about the job that I do, it also can find a new person or new friends to share their knowledge about the job. In order to be the best employee, I should practices spontaneous behaviors because it can improve the effectiveness, efficiency, and positive environment in the workplace. Manager plays an important role to encourage their employees’ to be active in voluntary activity in the organization because this kind of activities can produce with a healthier work environment, increase works outcomes, and develop the goals of the organization as a whole (LePine, Erez, & Johnson, 2002; Organ & Ryan, …show more content…
Sometimes, it takes many times for us to try in order to be successful. The most important thing that we need to remember is always thank God because God can make impossible to possible. Lastly, we need to appreciate whatever chance that comes to us because the opportunity might not come twice.
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