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Jargon and acronyms have their place within professions. Just remember to keep them in their place when communicating with those outside your profession.
Some may think the workplace would be better with increased promotion opportunities, better leave policy, frequent breaks, or change in management. But very seldom do we think of how to improve the workplace through our interactions with colleagues. Here are some ways to do just that.
The only person we should truly be in competition with at the workplace is ourself.
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.
Consider your lunch break an investment in yourself. Breaks can improve productivity in the workplace and overall well-being.
Most supervisors and leaders spend too much time and energy focusing on their top performers and/or their low performers. But the group they should really be concerned about is the solid middle group – Joe & Jane Average. Why?
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.
When I joined a new workplace, I considered a few controllable elements that aided the transition. Personal development and workplace interactions are key.