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Food Science/HR/2

preeyanan thaingamsil
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Dear  Professor Chira , ambassador Pittaya , Mr.Yom             In class on Sunday, I am pleased to meet and share idea with ambassador Pittaya . I learned in topic‘ Harmony, Consensus and Decision Making’ and listened  about experience of an ambassor Phittaya in Japan.            Mr.Phittaya make a summary Japanese  style  are  Discipline style, honor style, Clean style , Grouping style and  manner style .They are the strength of Japan . I think its can apply  Thai people (or thai human resouce) to success. But the weakness of Japaness is stress because unhappy in work. Thai people  are happiness in work  but not to success, its have many reasons. I think  we can success if  we change behaviour .            I have  paragraph to share about changing to success.            In Maximum Success, James Waldroop and Timothy Butler, directors of MBA career development at the Harvard Business School, identify the twelve habits that over and over again-whether you are a retail clerk or a partner in a law firm, whether you work in technology or in a factory-are almost guaranteed to hold you back.             While an examination of the habits of highly effective people has made Stephen Covey's book The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People a self-help classic, the fact is that most people learn their greatest lessons not from their successes, but from their mistakes. Maximum Success offers the flip side to Covey's approach, zeroing in on the most common behavior patterns that can impede a career. The authors claim, based on over twenty years of research as business psychologists, that the reasons people fail in their jobs are the same everywhere. Yet, once these detrimental behaviors are identified, the patterns that limit career advancement can be broken.
              Using real-life accounts of clients they have worked with at Harvard and as executive coaches at such companies as GTE, Sony, GE, and McKinsey & Co., Waldroop and
Butler
describe the habits that have derailed even the most successful people. More important, they offer invaluable-and, in some cases, job-saving-advice on how readers can modify their behavior to get back on track.
Among the Career-stoppers that can stymie Maximum Success:
 - Focusing on the downside of any situation and obsessing over all the things that can go wrong- Cherishing the naïve belief that merit alone is enough and that office politics, networking, and self-promotion don't matter- Feeling that you aren't "good enough" to deserve a promotion-and unconsciously sabotaging yourself once you get it- For anyone seeking to achieve their career ambitions, - Maximum Success is a powerful tool for unleashing your true potential. I hope it have benefit to someone. You are successful because of a lot of reasons, and you are successful in spite of something.  Your sincerely,