I could hardly understand that they would have gone unnoticed my forte commitment to the Organization and its purposes, my exemplary behavior in dealing with customers and my active interest and efforts in improving the quality of the performances of my team, apart from my special training for conflict resolution. These values and qualities had guided my actions and behaviour at work by what qualification that my supervisor was assigned to my job made me feel belittled. Besides it, in preparation for these interviews, not had informed our team expectations, as any manager must do, in preparation for the interview of assessment of our work. In this interview I felt as they explain Fisher and Ury (1991) in the book Getting to Yes. Did you know that he disagreed with his opinion and proceeded to expose what I thought had to be a fair assessment of my work. I tried by all means that understand it, presenting facts and figures to do so. She also took her position and tried to convince me that everything I would He had explained revealed that my performance at work was what was expected, neither more nor less. My attempts to convince her did not fruit, because she had already taken a position that was not going to recant.
I did the same thing. Thus the two us issues in our positions and as a result did not reach any agreement that would be satisfactory to one or the other. The result for me was feeling as if he had been in a battle in which I had been losing. In the battle, she, my supervisor, had been the opponent. Accordingly I took an attitude disorder and I said to myself that already would not any extra effort, if that wouldn't work properly but without effort in contributing anything worthy of mention. That was my intention, but it cannot maintain this attitude long and went back to the values that had guided my actions and behavior in the company.