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Few Sparks to Ignite..

Roger Schank once mentioned - it is in the thinking of the program’s designers and is represented in some way in the programmer’s code. Sounds so true. On the contrary, how can one make those thoughts visible, in particular, when it comes to representing the program to those who shall never sit with you to go through each line of your code? But in a sense, that's right, you've been trusted, and so there seems to be no question at all to doubt you or your capabilities to deliver things beautifully. Your efforts seem to be lost with the trust. Good or bad. I don't know.

The question is that when an organization does not show a sense of care for it's employees, what should the employee do? You shall never have the pride, the ego, the will to achieve name, fame or money but you may want a sense of respect, the care from the organization for which one might have to wait for days, months or years, in hope!

Almost a month ago, I witnessed (at linkedin) a few recommendations for my friend from his honcho and his clients. My friend is not a great person and never was his work appreciated by either his friends or colleagues. But am sure those few words of praise from his senior and clients would have brought enough confidence for him to perform effectively. An hour where we witness clashes amongst teams, seniors and sub-ordinates, it made me feel good for him after reading those few words.

Just a thap-thappi (or shaabaashi) at one's back will provide the spark to ignite the engine. Once started, if the trust flows at frequent intervals, the engine is sure to progress ahead. I was once taught to praise and apologize in public and criticize in private. It's just that the other way round happens and we learn to adjust our lives with it.

Please note: This post has got nothing to do with my honcho, or the organization, or the team am associated with. :)



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