You May Get
Low Situational Judgement Competency
High situational judgment competency
Immediately arrange meetings with those individuals you feel you will need to work with.
Quickly try to establish how your objectives will relate to your project manager's objectives.
In the initial stages, make sure that you are doing your job as you understood it from the job description.
Spend time building your understanding of the team's objectives for the future.
Spend an hour on it, as yearly plans are never followed anyway.
Try to complete the plan in time to discuss it with your Manager before she has to submit it to the board.
Before preparing your plan, quickly contact your key stakeholders and ask for their views on your department.
Because of the complexity of the task, turn it into your top priority for the next two weeks by personally producing a detailed plan.
Make some of the changes she suggested but retain the elements of the report that you think work best.
Trust in your colleague's greater experience and make all of the changes she suggests.
Thank your colleague for her suggestions but trust your own judgment and don't make any changes to the report.
Discuss with your colleague the changes she has suggested and clarify the reasons for the changes proposed.
Closely monitor the quality of your work to show your Team Leader that you can handle it alone.
Ask for a meeting with your Team Leader to discuss your working relationship.
Decrease your availability and work more independently.
Ask for advice from a more experienced colleague after an assessment of your performance.
Talk to your team manager on their behalf and tell them that you are concerned about your colleagues so that your manager can address the situation themselves in a professional way.
Speak to your other colleagues in the team about their behavior as they may have noticed too; you could formulate a way for helping them.
Ask your colleagues to join you for coffee and ask them how they are doing. Tell them you've noticed that they are struggling and offer to help them.
Offer to pick up some tasks from your colleagues to help alleviate the burden on them.
I will shout at him.
I will not care much about what he says because everyone has an opinion.
I will go and complain to the seniors, and if they don't listen to me, I will resign.
I will try to correct my mistakes, but at the same time, I will ask him to understand that everyone makes mistakes.
I will honk as much as I can.
I will go back to my home.
I will try to talk to them and make them calm down.
I will try to tell them not to trouble others.
I don't let them because I become a bigger bully.
I run away and hide.
I cry in front of them so that they leave me.
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Indicate to your Team Member that the training is mandatory and that he must attend it.
Go through his workload and indicate which files are less priority so he can attend the training.
Transfer some of the files to another Team Member so that he can attend the training.
You empower him on the importance of the training in his job and let him take the final decision on his participation in the training.
Inform your Team Leader of the progress made on the file and the reasons for blocking.
Inform your Team Leader of the file progress, and ask for someone else to work with you on the file.
Wait for the return of your colleague. Your part of the work is done anyway.
Extend your working hours for one week to finalize the file and sent it.
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