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Written by Aaron Brigatti  
Thursday, 14 August 2008

At the moment, I have a very weird feeling with my work...

Having had a Skip-Level meeting with my VP, I was advised of a potential opportunity in Latvia - but nothing concrete had been provided...

I didn't take much notice of this, and continued to do my normal work...things were definitely calmer now, as the pressures had reduced following the Albania Partner launch, new Product launch in Belgium, and another new Product launch in Greece - meaning that I was just tying off some loose ends for these projects, including some intensive Post-Implementation Review (PIR) sessions.

However, even with these mini-activities, and with most of Europe away, my other Greece projects weren't moving at all (expected!), this just left two "meaty" projects remaining. And I just ploughed on with these as my key areas of focus during the last few weeks.

I also took an opportunity to focus on my development too - as I knew this lull period won't last - and it was only a matter of days/weeks before new work came my way! I booked myself to attend a "Situational Leadership 2" course, and also started to read-up on some of the mandatory training that we must completed before year-end. I also managed to finalise my Mid-Year Appraisal and took some of the Director's feedback on board during the review sessions. I think the balance of the Mid-Year was just right - but my biggest concern was that if I didn't get anything significant (project-wise) to start soon, I wouldn't be able to add much more at year-end. I was thinking Partner launches, or Premium-Product launches were just around the corner - especially with concerns being raised of "more work than resources" - whoops! I hate those words. Then again jumping to the other side of the scale isn't brilliant either - the "too little work for the current resources" - which would have meant one of two things, either getting bored, or worst-still getting pushed out ("re-engineering", I think the current term is!)

All I can say is make the most of this, ensure my other work is progressing well - the "do what I can" philosophy - and ensure that I focus on my development during this period of time! Something which had lapsed during the first 6 months of the year!

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