Having a good attitude, demonstrating good behaviors, and acting with integrity are only part of the reputation equation. In today’s fast-paced organizations, it’s almost assumed that your work production is good. Even colleagues who demonstrate a good attitude and good behaviors may find themselves in job jeopardy if they’re not producing good work.
Work production is made up of quantity and quality. The quality of work is the nature of the work you produce while the quantity is the volume of work.
It shouldn’t be surprising to you that doing what you do with a high degree of quantity and quality is an important part of a good reputation. Quantity and quality need to be in balance. When quantity and quality are not in balance, the impact to your reputation can be far less than positive.
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