All of us can agree, that it takes only one person to completely destroy the morale and enthusiasm of a whole team. This happens everywhere, so don’t be surprised that it is happening in your office. The results can be detrimental to your team and not to mention your bottom-line.
Just some of the consequences can be
A Happy Work Place
“A department, or company, that works well together, has the most success together. When you enjoy working with your colleagues and look forward to interacting with them, everyone benefits.” Andy Teach
How true, if the morale is high at work, I’ll drive to work with a song in my heart. I’ll even make them a cup of coffee and help out with extra work. Just because my colleagues (aka work) makes me happy. “Information flows more freely”, says David Parnell, when morale is high at work.
“They’ll produce more than a low-morale work environment.”
So what to do with an unwanted or difficult colleague?
If you want to work better with your colleagues, here’s what you can do:
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