[featured-image single_newwindow=”false”] Most of us want to enjoy positive relationships in our workplaces, yet the workplace is often a source of relational frustration. Here are five tips to help you mitigate some of the tension that occurs in workplace relationships. Understand personalities. Begin to study the people you work with. What makes them tick? What […]
Many years ago, while in a management role, I was involved in navigating a difficult situation that came up between two employees. Large chunks of time were taken up in meetings with the employees and upper management. Many hours of productivity were lost because of this issue that was almost overwhelming at the time.
Helping people is a good thing. In our daily work, we are usually helping someone. It may be a client, a customer, a patient or a member of a congregation. The reason we work, in addition to making an income, is often to be able to use our gifts to help people. But sometimes, helping
#workspouse That’s actually a thing. Some time ago, an article started to circulate in the business world regarding the benefits of having a “work spouse.” Discussions on Linked In ensued, and there were fairly strong opinions shared about the topic. If you don’t work remotely, you probably spend a lot of time at your workplace.