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Who is more Reliable? (Part II)

Please check "Who is more Reliable (Part I)".

Here, based on my experiences in the different services during my previous university days, I have learned that being outspoken could also be sometimes misunderstood as negativity. I have served in the administrative fields of some organizations for most of the time and I deemed that it was my duty to feed the true situation to the superiors. However, it turned out that, as an outspoken person, I would sometimes have to argue vehemently to let them know about the true situations, but still was mistaken as a negative person by most of my superiors, before they tried to understand me.

At this juncture, please allow me to cite one incident where I was mistaken and accused of being a negative person. At that time, I was working for the organizing committee in Logistics for hosting National Conference of an organization. To implement this conference, we, organizing members, had to split our tasks for different roles according to our positions such as Marketing and Communication, Event Planner, Logistics, Finance, and Delegate Service. Since my role is logistics, I, with a senior co-worker have to handle Arena Creating, Venue Partnership, and other supplier material reservation. There, the task to find a suitable venue was assigned to us. My senior planned to rent a hall room as a venue for the conference at a low cost to reduce the budget. As I’ve worked for other similar organizations, I was somewhat familiar with this particular situa