Wednesday, 19 January 2011
A LOT of people say they want to be a boss without realising what it means for them. You always have to give up something to get something else, and the trade off here is something that comes as a shock to many.
Ask any good boss — they will tell you that they found out early on that this means no friends in the workplace, and you have to accept that as the deal, but this causes problems for a lot of folk starting out. In any workplace, it is easy to spot the serious, ambitious ones. They shun small talk and fun in favour of climbing the corporate ladder. They do not need friends — that is the message.