Are You Among The Chosen Few? How To Navigate Professional Favoritism

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June 29, 2013 ‐ By Erin Bush
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Get The Facts Before You React

Facts first. You must fully assess the situation before making an accusation. Being overlooked does not always equate to favoritism. Could you possibly have been disregarded because you didn’t perform to the expected level? Did the one being “favored” actually perform and produce better work? Check yourself quickly before you cling to the thought of being unjustly overlooked to ensure that you aren’t looking through victim-tinted glasses.

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