M1: John, I'd like to see you in my office for a minute.
M2: Yes sir, I' be there in just a moment.
M1: John, I have been watching you, I've been paying attention to you over last quarter and I'm impressed, you've done a tremendous job and tackling some difficult accounts, I just want to let you to know after this month's performance reviews, I'm recommending you for promotion.
M2: Got sir, thank you, sir! I had no idea there were any positions opening up in our department.
M1: No, it's not going to be in our department, I'm recommending you for enter to department of transfer, there's supervisory spot opening up in financial, I'm turning your name in for it.
M2: Management, wow! I had no idea I can move so quickly for entrying level to managerial staff.
M1: you earned it.
F: Don't you feel a little strange taking place of your old boss after he was demoted.
M: Yes, at first I feel very awkward after Bill was demoted and then resigned, it was kind of like somebody died, I mean the atmosphere in the office was like funeral parlour or something, then I was afaid people will look at me as a trader for feeling in his spot when the management asked me to.
F: Did they mutiny?
M: Thankful, no, I guess everyone understands the opportunity I had to step into our leadership role is so great for my career, I'm really moving up a ladder now that I'm considered the superviser, after a couple of weeks, it was like nothing happened, it is a really good chance for you to get more exposure I work, supervisor gets to take the credit of all the hired work of the people under them.
M: Yeah, and they also take the blame, that's what happened to my old boss.