Effects of Bad Leadership

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Just a piece of thought here after I browsed through a chat conversation where one important figure of Norkis whom I personally admired and a good friend of mine for his being a hardworking man has raised concerns on the fact that there have been no single Luzon branch landing the latest Top 10 Sales Performing branches in the national ranking! It was a concern coming from his heart, indeed! Considering the vast areas of Luzon and the economic profile of the same, it would be quite astonishing indeed why not any branch can land to the national ranking these days!!! Oh my God, if I am in the position of that head who presently handles the Luzon sales I would rather relinquish my command to somebody of substance who can help bring a significant growth to Luzon Sales...I would rather step down after all, you are ridiculously ineffective anymore! Don't bring the whole group down with your bad attitude and envious personality! I can humbly remember landing in Top 6 if im not mistaken just a month after I handled the entire of Palawan District and the first time ever for any Luzon District to appear on that elite national ranking of Haojue Philippines with Cavite area below us that time... Ironically, it was that same Ranking which caused him raging anger from within himself and texted messages to the effect that he was not happy of the result! It was also the same reason I decide to part ways with a heavy heart because I truly love my job before, the company and its policies, and the people except for some like him!!! Now think it over,,, You should take a selfless move not any longer...The company has to stay UP in the market and not you pulling it down under your bad leadership!!! Proud Norkisan until now and until the last drop of my blood! aren't you considering for a HARIKIRI? You would appear a little admirable by…...

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