A Word of Advice: Talent Stuck in A Wrong Job


Dear Kally,

I’m in a rut. A work rut.

I’m working as a management trainee at a medium sized research firm for nearly 1 year. I love what I am doing and I’m happy that I am pursuing my passion. 

My supervisor said in my recent appraisal that I need to get along with my team mates otherwise I’ll never be promoted as a full fledge assistant manager in December. I did well in all aspect of my job and just this category I’m stuck with.

My supervisor said that it is very important for me to score well in people relations and management in order to prove that I can lead a team. In fact, he said that he would rather promote someone who gets along with everyone in his team than someone who is good with research analysis like myself.

There’s no quota in the promotion and there…

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Published by Chinedu ikechukwu

A writer, a teacher and a comedian.

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