Category Archives for conflict

Quiet quitting: a generational shift in the workplace

I have been watching the TikTok videos by millennial and GenZ career advisors with great interest. There is a real shift, and a following, in the advice being given to the next generation of employees.

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The power plays at work and how to spot them and what to do about them

A power play is an attempt to gain an advantage by showing that you are more powerful than another person or organization, for example in a business relationship or negotiation. They is so ingrained

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Tackle poor performance now

Poor performance is the enemy of success and growth. When we work with clients we hear the same problem arising again and again.  Poor performance is causing managers stress, time and draining resources. 

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From healthy conversations come healthy cultures

How healthy are the conversations in your team?  In fact, take a step back and think about where most of the issues arise in your business?  When you boil it right down, it usually starts and ends with

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Intimidating or misunderstanding?

Intimidating Managers This week I attended a presentation on dignity in the workplace hosted by MFG solicitors.  We discussed the legal position of bullying and harassment and the impact individuals

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