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Some of us thrive on conflict, and some of us avoid it like the plague; we all have our preferences. But being great at handling conflict in different ways depending on the situation, in spite of our preferences, is critical to our success in the workplace. When we can apply different approaches to conflict in different situations, we will realize better results on our projects and with our teams. We will also have better relationships with our customers, peers and…Find out more »
Chances are: you report to someone at work. Chances are: you report to someone you may not completely understand or appreciate. And chances are: you will not be as successful or fulfilled at work if you can't learn to work well with the person you report to. If you can learn and anticipate what your manager needs (and understand why), you can build a more effective relationship with your manager, and both of you and your organization stand to enjoy…Find out more »
How many decisions do you make a day? We read that an adult makes about 35,000 decisions every day; that’s about 1 decision every 2 seconds (if you sleep for 8 hours). You decide when to wake up, what to wear, what to eat, what to “like.” And that’s just before you leave the house; then you go to work and make thousands more decisions that probably have a much broader impact. How does your decision-making style affect the decisions you make…Find out more »
We have a lot of technical terms about risk in our workplaces. We do Risk Assessments. We might have a team that is responsible for Risk Management. We practice Risk Mitigation when we manage projects. We might describe an organization, or a leader, or our legal department as Risk Averse. We might seek the seemingly elusive Risk-Reward. The concept of risk is very important to organizations and their stakeholders. This Forum is about your role with respect to risk; it’s about your understanding and perception of risk and…Find out more »