Yes there are some people who want to reform and go to any extent to achieve that. These people have leadership qualities also and they convince others that the reforms they want are in favour of all of them.
Performers are generally remaining inside their own world while reformers feel that whole world is their platform.
Knowledge is power.
In my office I am a performer as well as a reformer. I do my duty. I finish the task. i accept criticism if it is genuine and I will try to correct my way. If somebody rejects I think why he has rejected and try to correct myself. I always expect appreciation and promotion from my boss by performing well.
In my office I am a reformer also . I observe the systems. if any change is required I will discuss with people and take their suggestions and change or upgrade the systems. Here also I have to care for the opinion and remarks of other people and change the system in such a way that everybody follows. Otherwise there is no use in changing the system.
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease