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TIM ROCHE Prac­tice leader, Right Man­age­ment ca­reer tran­si­tion

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’ IF you haven’t heeded the warn­ings, then it’s time to face the mu­sic. It’s best you front up and start apol­o­gis­ing for your in­ap­pro­pri­ate be­hav­iour. Don’t start by blam­ing it on a bad day. Only you can de­ter­mine how you be­have in any given sit­u­a­tion. Check what im­pact your be­hav­iour had on oth­ers and en­quire in terms of how it made them feel. Don’t ex­pect for­give­ness as it may take oth­ers a while to get over your ac­tions. You need to keep in mind that while you may have in­vested sig­nif­i­cantly in terms of build­ing your brand and rep­u­ta­tion in a pos­i­tive sense, it can be dis­man­tled very quickly.

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