This gift guide should make your holiday shopping easier. It’s filled with fun and meaningful treats for your colleagues that don’t violate ethics rules.
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This gift guide is filled with lots of fun and meaningful treats for your hard-working government colleagues that don’t violate the ethics rules.
Toxic people are everywhere – and the workplace is no exception. I thought I had put stories of petty bullying and insults behind me when I left high school, and yet life quickly taught me how wrong I was.
Toxic achievers are like a large black walnut tree — it produces pounds and pounds of walnuts but nothing else can grow near the tree due to the toxicity of its leaves and root system. They produce, but nothing else lives.
Dealing with a passive-aggressive coworker is hard — but not impossible. Here are ways you can react differently to this difficult situation.
Spend any time in the workforce, and there is a high possibility that you will be made to feel “small” by a colleague talking down to you or devaluing your input. Taking some time, however, to understand what motivates condescension, as well as learning some strategies to combat it, can help.
Improving office morale can be as simple as taking the time to make sure your colleagues know you appreciate them.
If you make your list(s) and check it every time, pay attention to your budget, and find creative ways to make gift giving both affordable and fun, you’ll be on your way to a lower stress holiday season and a more relaxing New Year.
This gift guide solves your holiday shopping problems. It’s filled with lots of fun and meaningful treats for your hard-working government colleagues that don’t violate the ethics rules.
Let me share a few tips on communicating appreciation to a “difficult” colleague.