Have we ever set the other person's true appearance because of a certain pattern? Even, sometimes conversely, we have been set by others with labels, and we feel that it is difficult to reach out. Whether in the workplace, family or society, this invisible label limits many creative possibilities. Recently, an image advertisement "A 25-year-old who hasn't been so good?" has been continuously reprinted on the social network. Under the long-term attention of the 104 Hope Foundation, it proposed the topic of workplace labeling to induce open discussion among the public, and successfully Arouse public attention and reflection. We often hear young people say, "Older executives are always stubborn, do things with old thinking, and don't know how to listen to other people's opinions." On the contrary, the general opinion of older executives towards younger generations: "You don't want to be complete without thinking about things. , doing things half-tone; always shouting tired.
Clamoring to take a vacation", both sides seem to think that they are the biggest victims in the workplace, forming a kind of abusive dialogue between generations. mask-389940_1920 But is it true that all bosses distrust young people and are reluctant to give them a chance to try? Are all young people unwilling to devote themselves to their work and take responsibility? Maybe it is too soon to finalize the conclusion and to post it for all generations. Subjective labels are applied, and faults are directly projected on the issues of various generations and ages. We may be labelled unconsciously number list in the establishment of first impressions because of personal characteristics such as gender, class, education, occupation, appearance, etc. It is also the same. Labeling others was originally a convenient way to quickly classify and identify them, but if used too much, it sometimes limits the possibility of the other party creating breakthroughs, and ultimately creates an unfriendly workplace environment with no space for equal discussion.
Next, there is a newspaper from the Republic of China in 1976 (pictured below), which tells the views of business owners on young people not working seriously at that time, and most of the young people in the past have now become middle and high-level executives in society, but this news is placed In today's newspapers, it doesn't seem to be abrupt, and it can still convey the portrayal of workplace conversations between generations. After 29 years, why do people from the same generation have completely different ideas after changing positions? Perhaps we are all too accustomed to using our existing positions to label others with colored labels. , we were once the labelled ones. unnamed When we choose to look at people we don’t know with colored eyes and a preset position, the other person can easily feel a kind of treatment that is not affirmed and respected. At different stages of life, everyone will encounter times when they need help. When one day they have the ability.