Tag Archives: work

Do You Have a Machiavellian Boss?

by on January 14, 2019

Morgan had not noticed the book, The Prince, sitting predominately on her bosses’ credenza. Perhaps she hadn’t previously been in the office long enough to look around, but now seeing the book, everything became clear. Her boss had a common saying during meetings, “The end always justifies the means,” and expected everyone to operate on that… (more…)

Hidden Reasons for Poor Work Performance

by on December 9, 2018

This was the third poor performance review that Gretchen received at her job. Her boss was puzzled. Gretchen said she always dreamt of being a designer and finally got this job after working in several other low-end positions. But now that she was here, her performance was far below average. While there can be socioeconomic… (more…)

7 Reasons Why Good People Do Bad Things

by on October 28, 2018

This article is for the rule-followers, the dependable, the overly responsible, and the eager to please. The ones who know what the rules are (legal, social, moral, and economical), try their best to live by them, and often encourage others to do the same. They view themselves as “good” people, which is a perception often… (more…)

15 Ways to Stand Out at Work

by on January 6, 2018

Jennifer thought that once she got into a field she enjoyed, her upward mobility would be guaranteed. It wasn’t. Frustrated by the competition in her office, she wondered if all the hard schooling was worth the effort. Things were not working out as she planned and her dreams of owning her own firm someday were… (more…)

How Narcissistic Bosses Dull Productivity

by on July 12, 2017

It took several committee meetings for Jill to put together a thorough proposal for the management of a new department. She did the work under the presumption that her narcissistic boss would be open to suggestions and recommendations from the committee. But even given that liberty, Jill carefully still sought out opinions from those outside… (more…)

8 Mental Abuse Tactics Narcissists Use at Work

by on July 6, 2017

The second Stacey walked into the office, she could feel the tension. Usually, it took hours for the tension to mount but this morning, something was already amiss. As she turned on the lights for the floor, she checked the other offices for signs of life, and finding none, she retreated to her desk. Out… (more…)

10 People to be Wary of at Work

by on June 30, 2017

Sometimes the key to success is in knowing whom to avoid at work. Having the wrong association can be the difference between promotion and demotion. In some cases, the casualty could even be a loss of employment. So how can a person navigate through the different personality? Here are ten types of people to be… (more…)

19 Reasons for Chronic Underperformance

by on December 2, 2016

By the mid-’40s certain aspects of a person’s personality become very apparent. One of these things is work productivity. While there can be socioeconomic reasons for underperformance, after twenty years, a person is able to rise above even the most difficult of times. There is a warning, however, being productive and being successful is not… (more…)

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