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How to nip workplace conflict in the bud | Don't let authority go to waste | Lindsey Graham isn't the only e-mail holdout
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March 11, 2015
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How to nip workplace conflict in the bud
Conflict is a fact of life, but there are ways to manage squabbles before they turn into office warfare. Employees can repair strained relationships by redirecting negative feelings, acting altruistically and setting clear expectations, says Brian Uzzi of the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. WNYC-AM/FM (New York Public Radio) (3/5)
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Don't let authority go to waste
Too many bosses waste their authority by showing indecisiveness, ignoring customers or showing an unwillingness to tackle problems, writes Bruce Rhoades. If that sounds like someone in your organization, it's time to step up, rally your co-workers and start putting things right. "People will follow if you demonstrate how to resist these wasted authority circumstances. The key is taking action," Rhoades writes. Skip Prichard blog (3/9)
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Strategies for students trying to land a summer internship
Students should be using their college career offices now to hunt for a summer internship, writes Michelle Perry Higgins, a financial planner at California Financial Advisors. Take time to build a relationship with a career counselor, talk with professors who may know of other opportunities and network with friends and family, she suggests in this blog post. The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model)/The Experts blog (3/10)
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