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Tips in talking to top management
« on: March 30, 2016, 06:32:39 am »
Wala pa akong nakitang ganitong topic. I was trying to find tips myself. Eto pa lang ang nakukuha ko sa internet so far:

Answer the question directly as they have asked it. Do not try to add "fillers" to complicate things and introduce assumptions.

Post away dito sa thread mga sis!
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Re: Tips in talking to top management
« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2016, 06:52:03 pm »
Just be honest and polite. In a good company, the top management is always willing to listen and would appreciate honest feedback. It's hard if we ask questions or comments and we get "nothing" as the response.

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Re: Tips in talking to top management
« Reply #2 on: May 31, 2016, 01:15:44 am »
Wala bang ethics line sa inyo?

Or avenue like send an email directed to the CEOs...

Pag ganyan kase puedeng ipadaan sa line manager and concerns. Kung di ka comfortable sa employee relations. Pag hindi pa rin sa boss na through email..hingi ka ng appointment.

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Re: Tips in talking to top management
« Reply #3 on: September 06, 2016, 10:36:00 pm »
Hi sis,

> have an agenda
> come prepared
> be objective
> always positive scripting

There is this courtesy of not bypassing the boss - so we call it proper channeling. Go by the org chart. or reach out to HR or employee engagement, usually they are the best persons to consult to. unless politics you know brasuhan ka close ni ganito si ganyan and di maiwasan the chismis.

Pero just be professional all the time.
You can schedule or send calendar invite
or write an intent letter with a time and date that they can agree on,
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