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Flexibility and Adaptability Flexibility is an option, not a right. Flexibility is not about saying, "Yes" to every request. Rather, flexible work policies focus both on the benefits to the employee and the impact on the organization. This means you have to be open to change. Flexible means you avoid rigidity - both physically and mentally. Find ways to accomplish essential tasks in a variety of ways.. Flexibility means life and the ability to handle more tasks and requirements as they come to you. Flexibility in business means doing the things internally which help you respond to customers' requests in a variety of practical ways. Always look for ways to be more open to new ideas, new technologies and options. Flexibility at work means ready to change and accept changes in role. Change of role means exhibiting your versatility. It also mean one is proactive and assertive. Flexibility helps in tapping our own potentialities and carving a niche in our profession.. Where flexibility relates to the inward preparation for your company, adaptability relates to your outward focus. How do you adapt to changes - especially painful changes - in the marketplace? Things have changed - a lot. Your ability to show adaptability and flexibility is essentially a part of your emotional intelligence - in fact, you may develop this trait as you advance in leadership. Adaptability and flexibility shows your
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  • Fall '16
  • sumanth tadepalli
  • flexibility, especially painful changes, master martial artist, Multiple Priorities- deals

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