In this video, Sam is asking someone to try something new and different before
even having an opinion on it. Even though it might seem a little weird as the author
emphasize on the weird color of the aliments (green eggs and green ham), one
might end up enjoying and getting pleased by his new discovery like the character in
the video was.
DESCRIBE A SITUATION AT WORK WHERE YOU PORTRAYED THE ROLE OF “SAM” AND EXPLAIN YOUR REASONS FOR BEING PERSISTENT IN PROMOTING A NEW IDEA OR A NEW CONCEPT.
I never had a job experience in any kind of field, so I am going to take another
example in another context. I remember when my mother wanted to buy a new
car. She wanted to go white while I preferred black. Having more knowledge than
her concerning cars, I built my case so I could change her mind and switch to
black. I was persistent because I had already seen the car in both colors in front of
me and the white one was breathtaking. But still, the choice was not mine and I
failed at having mine chosen.
WHAT ARE SOME OF THE REASONS MANAGERS DREAD CHANGE?
Managers might dread change mainly because the risk of change is seen greater
than the risk of standing still. Making a change requires a kind of leap of faith: you
decide to move in the direction of the unknown on the premise that something will
be better for you. Moreover, managers would not do a new move in the decisional
process because they simply do not have a role model for the new change.
WHAT ARE SOME OF THE REASONS EMPLOYEES DREAD CHANGE?
Employees might dread change as well primarily because the usually feel
connected to the other people and other people’s way of interacting who are
identified with the old way. They would rather take no risk and keep things as they
are then risking for some kind of new move.
WHAT ARE SOME BARRIERS TO TRYING...