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Is respect given to the chair you hold, or to you, in your career?

Asked by puranam mahalaxmi, 29 Aug '08 06:48 pm
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The respect is given to the chair you hold,and not to individualYou can check up with any just retired Babu,who laments that nobody gives attention after he ceases to work..If anybody feels that people respect him because he is good person he is wrong.Nobody bothers.Respect is given to the power you hold by the chair on you sit.
Answered by jayant Desai, 29 Aug '08 06:57 pm

 
  
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There is a high degree of mutual respect and trust within the department. ...i enjoy & also feel proud to lead such a spirited team....our efficient performance wud bring glory for us....i am honoured & feel respectable as the leader of the team...my chair glorified; my personal bonus...respect !!
but ; remember...
Nothing is more despicable than respect based on fear ....
Answered by Mrinalendra Banerjee, 29 Aug '08 10:56 pm

 
  
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In practice, respect is given to the Chair but if the person sitting in it conducts himself/herself in an exemplary way and endears to the subordinates, superiors and contributes towards the growth of the Company, he earns the respect of one and all. In fact, this must be the goal of every professional who is blessed to sit in the managerial chair and not to abuse or misuse your position for personal gains. Let us learn to give respect to both the person and the chair and leave it to the concerned as to how he/she must behave towards others.
Answered by M Shankar, 29 Aug '08 07:26 pm

 
  
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To the chair
Answered by sri rama murthy, 29 Aug '08 07:21 pm

 
  
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Normally I believe in having the repsect to my personality rather than the chair I hold and I am executing my job to achieve the same
Answered by Gangadhar Divatar, 29 Aug '08 06:52 pm

 
  
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Respect given to me, not to the chair even in my career also.
Answered by bhaskar erram, 29 Aug '08 06:51 pm

 
  
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