– Excuse me, Lisa, I’d like to schedule a meeting with you to discuss my position.
– Yes, of course. Actually I’m free for 15 minutes now, if that suits you.
– Thank you. I wanted to ask you if it would be possible for me to get a transfer to the US office?
– Oh, I’m not sure about that. We need you here, really.
– I appreciate that. But I think you’ll agree that I’ve been a loyal employee over the last six years and I’m very keen now for a new challenge and the opportunity to live abroad.
– I do understand. But what would we do in this office without you?
I think you’ll agree that my proposal for unpaid leave is quite convincing.
I’d like to ask for a transfer to a different department.
Would you be willing to support my request for extended leave?
I’d like to schedule a meeting with you to discuss my position.
Wouldn’t you say this should be taken into consideration?
I’d like to discuss my compensation package with you.
– So, your main responsibilities are maintaining office services, supervising office staff, and overseeing office records and efficiency. Have I missed anything, Kamil?
– No, I think that about covers it.
– How do you feel about your performance this year?
– I think I’ve done well. I’ve met all my targets in terms of budget cuts and I think the first phase of the office refurbishment was successful too.
– Yes, absolutely. My impression is that your performance has been very good this year.
– Thanks. That’s good to know.
How do you feel about your performance this year?
I’ve observed that you are steadily improving in all areas of your job.
My impression is that your performance has way exceeded our expectations this year.
I expect you to have completed your review of expenses by Tuesday.
I would like you to organize an employee First Aid course by January.
Please could you set up a meeting with all the relevant personnel by the end of the week?