29 May Do You Seek Conflict, or Avoid It?

Do You Seek Conflict, or Avoid It? When it comes to  conflict, there are two types of people: those who avoid it and those who seek it out.  Avoiders tend to shy away or even hide from disagreements. They prize  harmony and relationships with their coworkers. Seekers are eager to enga

08 May Cool Down Before Addressing a Conflict

Cool Down Before Addressing a Conflict It’s tough to be rational when you’re upset or angry. If you’re having a conflict with a colleague and feel worked up, you’re unlikely to make good decisions about what to say or do. Rather than   jumping into the discussion right away,  buy your

24 Apr To Seem More Confident, Tell a Joke

To Seem More Confident, Tell a Joke Research  shows that telling jokes at work can make you seem more confident and competent.  Of course, it can be risky, too — you don’t know how your audience will react. Will they laugh? Will they be offended? Even if they laugh, will they really t

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