By Michael Segovia  |  November 1, 2019

You’re starting an exciting new job, and you’ve been hired to bring a new perspective to your new employer.

During the interview stage, everyone seemed excited about how your ideas differed from the company’s standard way of operating. You can’t wait to get started so you can make big, transformative changes to prove your worth and take this company to a new level.

Fast forward to a week or so into your new job. In your first few meetings, your colleagues looked at you like you were from another planet. Whenever you propose new approaches, you are told “That’s not how we do things around here”or “We already tried that and it didn’t work.” You’re starting to doubt this was the right choice. Your manager is thinking the same.

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