There's something out of place if you agree with absolutely everything your upper management says or does.
Then, why did they hire you? What value do you bring, if any? How does your voice and role make a difference?
Be leery of people in your company or organization who flatter just for the sake of appearing to be a team player. You can agree with someone, superficially, on the outside, but disagree with them internally. People might see your smile and hear your nice words, but they don't see you spewing on the inside.
When you agree quickly and mechanically with pretty much everything, people may be more willing to cross moral/ethical/vocational/personal boundaries with you or even take advantage of you because they know you won't complain. You'll say yes and be on with it.
As I get older, I have more respect for those co-workers and managers who are willing to give friendly push-back, with good reason. Questioning an action, policy or decision doesn't mean you're unprofessional or negative. It means you care.
Biblical, on-the-go, tips for thriving at work. Written by Danny Kovacs, from first-hand wins & losses. This is the digital space where I share free resources and learning moments throughout the week/month.