Have you ever read a blog post that hit home? Led you to rethink how you were acting? Inspire you … Continue reading New Year: Your Voice is Needed
This question came in from the blog’s Ask-a-Coach feature. Question: After being told for several months that our company will … Continue reading Fired for Not Getting Vaccinated: My Employer’s Happy New Year’s Present
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Question: I knew I might regret telling my manager the truth. I just didn’t know how much. The problem is … Continue reading Office Politics 201: Let Go of What You Can’t Control & Guard Your Heart
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When you hear “bully,” you might think of the angry, aggressive jerks you’ve encountered. They’re the bullies that blame, demean, … Continue reading The Wounded Rhino and the Scorched Earth Arsonist: the 2 fiercest bullies
Exactly how to turn the tables on a bully, with two examples, including one that landed a client a promotion … Continue reading 2 Funny Stories for Turning the Tables on Bullies
Is it: You’re afraid if you speak up or try to fix things, you’ll make them worse? You’re afraid you’ll … Continue reading What Stops You from Saying What You Want to Say? Is It Worth It?
Question: One of your blog posts tells employers to look up an applicant’s court records before hiring them. When I … Continue reading My Name Keeps Me From Getting Hired; What Can I Do?
Your coworker snipes all day long, making you feel you’re experiencing the workplace equivalent of waterboarding. Here’s what Pia wrote … Continue reading When the Workplace Sniper Won’t Let Up