I need my own office.
My work is highly confidential.
I spend all day on conference calls.
I spend all day in meetings. Too.
Eric Smith in Mergers & Acquisitions has an office, and I am more senior than him.
I have a team of seven direct reports.
I need to concentrate. A mistake could cost the company millions.
My visitors expect me to be in an office. Or I would lose face.
I start early and work late.
I have been here for twenty years, I have earned it.
I can’t afford to be disturbed. It could cost the company millions.
I have a lot of work papers. Legally they have to be kept in hard copy.
I am naturally territorial. Like other humans.
It’s fine for you young people. But I am too long in the tooth.
FastCompany say that we all need our own office. Apparently it’s a good website.
I talk very loudly. It would be unfair to disturb others.
I am an introvert. And someone wrote a book about it.
I am agoraphobic. But not claustrophobic.
I can’t afford to catch a cold, and be off sick. It would cost the company millions.
So, I need my own office.
Are you writing this down?