Helpfulness is the desire to give support and be useful. And under no circumstances do we achieve our selfish interests at the expense of the employer. While maintaining our dignity, we do everything possible for the well-being of the employer and their business.
Serve, but don't grovel
We are willing to be the employer's hands and do everything they say to help them implement their vision precisely. We are happy to learn from visionaries. However, when such actions cause harm rather than good and we cannot come to an agreement, we leave, diplomatically outsourcing all the work to another team.
Constantly asking, directing, and reminding is part of our job for which we are paid. Therefore, we strive to be proactive and keep you updated on progress without being asked to do so.
Over time, it's natural to develop warm and friendly relationships with our employers. However, in these situations, it's important to remember that working with a likeable employer means that we must continue to perform our duties flawlessly.
Being in the Background
We understand that our role is to support our employer and contribute to the success of the project. Rather than trying to overshadow our employer, we maintain a humble approach and highlight their importance in the team.
All team members openly express ideas and suggestions for improving our team's projects and business processes, as well as those of our employers. They can take responsibility for their implementation, even if it goes beyond their immediate job duties.
When our employer has a dispute with a partner or colleague and turns to us as an arbiter, we never take anyone's side. Only strict neutrality contributes to the reconciliation of morals and the resolution of conflicts.
To avoid mischief-making and peaching within our team, we have no favorites or scapegoats, and everyone is treated equally. This ensures impartiality and a sense of justice in all aspects of our work.
We are transparent and honest in communication and in demonstrating work processes, both among ourselves and with our employers.