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ASK HR: Should the different persona that my job requires worry me? - 6 months ago, 10 Aug 05:30

By: Fred Gituku

Q. I love my job. But sometimes it requires me to take on personas – I mean change to another form to really execute it. I am not a very outgoing person but my job requires me to be so.

While this is not a problem, I am worried about losing my actual self in trying to fit into my job. Where do I draw the line?

It seems the case not only at the workplace but generally in life that in order to effectively carry out a role, the holder is required to adopt a fitting disposition.

Although it is important that there is a match between the requirements of a role and the holder’s nature, interests and ability, it is rare to find a role whose every dimension perfectly fits the preferences of its holder.

In your case, the disposition required of your role appears to place a tax on ...
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