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  • The biggest misconception about redundancy, and perhaps challenge,

    對冗餘的最大誤解,或許也是挑戰。

  • is a natural one and it's that we all take it personally.

    是一個自然的,是我們都把它當成了個人。

  • Redundancy is usually just a reality where organisations are having

    冗餘通常只是一個現實,在組織有

  • to reorganise and rethink how they do things.

    重新組織和思考他們的工作方式;

  • The more you can focus on what makes you brilliant

    你越是能專注於讓你輝煌的東西

  • and then find the next possibility that matches that brilliance,

    然後找到下一個符合這種輝煌的可能性。

  • the better.

    越好。

  • On average in the UK around 40% of us

    在英國,平均約40%的人

  • will experience redundancy, at least once in our working lives.

    在我們的工作生涯中,至少會經歷一次裁員。

  • And in my nearly 20 years of work,

    而在我近20年的工作中。

  • it's already happened to me a few times.

    它已經發生在我身上幾次。

  • Start with your strengths.

    從自己的優勢入手。

  • Your strengths are what make you distinctive

    你的優勢就是你的特色

  • and how you add value at work.

    以及你如何在工作中增加價值。

  • And research shows that when we use our strengths we are six times

    而研究表明,當我們使用我們的優勢時,我們是六倍的。

  • more engaged and generally more satisfied in our jobs.

    在我們的工作中更加投入,普遍更加滿意。

  • If you need some help spotting your strengths try asking friends, family,

    如果你需要一些幫助來發現自己的優勢,可以嘗試詢問朋友、家人。

  • and people you've worked with this question.

    和你合作過的人這個問題。

  • What three words would you use to describe me at my best?

    你會用哪三個詞來形容我最好的狀態?

  • This will give you a quick insight into the positive impact

    這將使你快速瞭解到積極的影響。

  • that you have on others.

    你對別人的。

  • And once you know your strengths, don't forget to make sure

    一旦你知道了自己的實力,別忘了要確保

  • they stand out on your CV and on your LinkedIn profile.

    它們在你的履歷和LinkedIn簡介中脫穎而出。

  • Being made redundant and searching for new opportunities

    被裁員並尋找新的機會。

  • can be tiring, stressful, and really overwhelming at times.

    有時會很累,很有壓力,真的很難受。

  • One useful technique for staying optimistic

    一個保持樂觀的有用技巧

  • is to record and reflect on all your very small successes.

    是記錄和反思你所有非常小的成功。

  • At the end of each day for at least a week,

    在每天結束時,至少一個星期。

  • write down one success that you've had.

    寫下你的一次成功。

  • Perhaps it was just finding the time to go for a walk

    也許只是找時間出去走走吧

  • or supporting a friend in some way or writing your first blog post.

    或以某種方式支持朋友,或寫你的第一篇博客文章。

  • Even if you've had a tough day, this exercise helps us to reflect on

    即使你今天過得很辛苦,這個練習也能幫助我們反思一下

  • and recognise our positive progress.

    並肯定我們的積極進展。

  • Asking for help can feel hard.

    求助會讓人感覺很困難。

  • So here are a few ideas, prompted by what I've learned along the way,

    所以這裡有幾個想法,由我一路走來的心得提示。

  • about what works and just as importantly, what doesn't.

    關於什麼是有效的,同樣重要的是,什麼是無效的。

  • First, don't apologize

    第一,不要道歉

  • and be specific about the help that you need.

    並具體說明你需要的幫助。

  • I remember being made redundant

    我記得我被裁員了

  • and asking someone very senior for career chat.

    並請一個很資深的人進行職業哈拉。

  • Within the first minute of our meeting, she asked me,

    在我們見面的第一分鐘,她就問我。

  • "So how can I help you?"

    "那我怎麼幫你?"

  • And I was so grateful for her time

    我很感激她的時間

  • that I hadn't really thought about a specific answer to that question.

    我還真沒想過這個問題的具體答案。

  • And always avoid using words like

    並始終避免使用諸如

  • 'sorry' and 'just' in your messages and conversations,

    在你的資訊和對話中使用'對不起'和'只是'。

  • it's important to be confident in asking for the help that you need.

    重要的是要有信心尋求你所需要的幫助。

  • Second, think about how you feel when you're helping someone.

    其次,想想自己在幫助別人時的感受。

  • You're probably flattered and enjoy the opportunity to be useful.

    你大概是受寵若驚,享受有用的機會。

  • Remember, that's how other people feel too.

    記住,這也是別人的感受。

  • And finally, if someone can't help you, don't take it personally.

    最後,如果有人幫不了你,也不要往心裡去。

  • There's no limit on help, so ask as many people as possible.

    幫助沒有限制,所以儘可能的多問幾個人。

  • This advice has really helped me to focus less on what I sometimes

    這個建議真的幫助我減少了對我有時的關注。

  • describe as shiny objects, like job titles or perks,

    稱為閃閃發光的東西,如職稱或福利;

  • and prioritise making decisions based on working with people

    並在與人合作的基礎上優先做出決定

  • and at places where I can learn the most.

    並在我能學到最多的地方。

  • I always remember Amanda's advice

    我一直記得阿曼達的建議

  • in moments where I'm feeling overwhelmed.

    在我感到力不從心的時候。

  • Fast forwarding to the future helps me to be more pragmatic

    快步走向未來,有助於我更加務實。

  • and prioritise in the here and now.

    並在此時此刻確定優先次序。

  • It's easier than ever to compare our careers to our family and friends

    將我們的事業與家人和朋友相比,比以往任何時候都要容易。

  • and colleagues, but if we fall into this trap,

    和同事,但如果我們落入這個陷阱。

  • we forget that we're all motivated by different things.

    我們忘記了,我們都是出於不同的動機。

  • One of the advantages of careers today

    如今職業的優勢之一

  • is that they can be as individual as we all are.

    是他們可以像我們大家一樣有個性。

  • So we need to invest in and take care of our own careers.

    所以我們需要投資和照顧自己的事業。

  • I really hope this has been helpful and very best of luck.

    我真的希望這對你有幫助,也希望你能有最好的運氣。

The biggest misconception about redundancy, and perhaps challenge,

對冗餘的最大誤解,或許也是挑戰。

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