The Drama Triangle in life When we go about our lives, particularly if we live active lives, we run into … Continue reading Drama Triangle Collision & Escape
Sunrise in Anchorage comes @ 9:38 a.m.; the sun sets @ 3:57 p.m., so we have six hours. Despite the … Continue reading Making the Best of Winter Despite COVID: because of you, we’re overcoming the despites; thank you for being part of our Thanksgiving joy
What makes a bully? Many readers of Beating the Workplace Bully have asked me, “what makes a bully?” As a … Continue reading What makes a bully & can they change?
Question: My co-worker, “Aly,” texts on her cellphone held under her desk, surfs the Internet, fakes going to the bathroom … Continue reading How Can I Remain Neutral in the Cold War Between My Supervisor and Co-worker?
When the gym closed last March, my personal trainer, a collie, rejoiced and pointed with his nose toward the door. … Continue reading 1036 miles since COVID began
After Anne landed what she thought was a dream job, she quickly bonded with a charismatic co-worker, Karla. When Karla … Continue reading Turning the Tables on Workplace Bullies
Question: I work for a subsidiary of a company headquartered in New York. I do a good job, but fear … Continue reading Save Your Career From a Vindictive Manager’s Targeting: Here’s How
Workplacecoachblog brings you (free) 3 to 5 articles weekly on topics such as “COVID powerlessness…or ‘we got this!’” (11/2) & … Continue reading Articles to help you navigate workplace & life challenges; articles to inspire
Question: My supervisor and I have worked together for years and have a similar sense of humor. We play practical … Continue reading Does banter cross the line or does political correctness kill the fun?
Workplace personality conflicts—does this sound familiar? Haley greets Mike first thing in the morning as they pass in the hallway, … Continue reading Decoding Personality Conflicts — and who you drive crazy