There are times where we all had to struggle and strive in our career during change or just plain standing up for what we believed. It’s not good to continuously contend with opposition at work. Here are a few reasons why you shouldn’t:
- It gives off the appearance you don’t know your worth. Know that you add value and if they cannot see it, then move one.
- You develop a reputation. Leadership will not look at their issue; they will only blame you for convenience sake. Why? Because they barely know what they are doing and unfortunately, want to keep it that way.
- There are times you are justified to contend, but ask yourself, who are you contending with? If you are contending with leaders who have no morals, can’t articulate a sentence in the English language, have enough emotional baggage to fill two tractor trailer trucks, or are just praying to make it through to retirement then you will never win. They will look at you as the problem.