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Thomas And Green Essay

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Thomas Green: Power, Office Politics, and a Career in Crisis
Grand Canyon University
LDR- 610

Thomas Green: Power, Office Politics, and a Career in Crisis
It is often difficult for a new person to learn and perform at a new position. This could not be further from the truth for Thomas Green who after just six short months was promoted to senior market specialist. While Green was highly motivated he didn’t quite meet the expectations of Frank Davis whose position he had taken over. While both men have their own individual ways of working they need to implement their powers cohesively to ensure success.
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However, Green felt that he should be able to do as he wants and feels that Davis is micromanaging him. Green is not only over confident, but refers to clients as “ nobodies” and feels that he shouldn’t have to follow Davis’s requests.

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