A：Good Afternoon, this is Amy.
A：Yes. I was just about to start a new project, but it can wait.
A：What is it?
A：Oh, That's wonderful. Tell me about it.
A：How do you feel about that?
A：I agree that it is always a bit scary when you start a totally new job, working with people and processes that you don't know.
A：First of all, I would be careful about how I'd impress them.
A：My advice to you is to go slowly at first. Understand that there may be people in that department who think they should have gotten the job instead of you.
A：Ask intelligent questions about projects and processes. Let your co-workers share their knowledge and experience with you.
A：Not at all. Listening to other people is the best way to learn what you don't know and how to do your job well. The other benefit is that you will get to know your colleagues.
A：That sounds good.
A：How do you like your new job?
A：I'm glad to hear that you are getting off to such a good start.
A：What's going on with them?
A：The best way to deal with those people is to tell them that you feel you need to spend your time learning your job.
A：As we Americans say, "Let it go in one ear and out the other."