It can be very challenging to handle the disappointment of when you set expectations for someone else and they don’t live up to them. It happens to everyone. This Executive Edge will be helpful for managers but also for anyone who is forced to address a difficult person in their lives. Topics include adopting the right mindset, being aware of what triggers bad behavior, and holding people accountable. A good universal skill to perfect is managing difficult people in difficult situations.
We entered 2020 with naive optimism, having no idea of the disruptive forces of the pandemic that were soon to come. In 2021, many of us thought things couldn’t possibly get any crazier – until they did. Now, many of us carry a certain cautiousness. But even as many of the sources of upheaval that […]
A year ago, hybrid work environments – where employees split work time between in-person offices and remote setups – were reserved for forward-thinking startups, certain lucky employees, and unique companies with employees scattered around the world. Now, hybrid work environments are the norm. But are we doing them right? Has simply switching from demanding employees […]
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