Bouncing Back After Harsh Criticisms at Work Most of us have been “feedsmacked” at some point in our life. In the midst of a meeting, an innocent walk down the hallway, or a performance review, someone delivers a verbal wallop that rocks our psychological footing.
Why You Should Encourage Curiosity at the Office (Part 2) Curious teammates are better than others at resolving conflicts with colleagues, more likely to receive social support, and more effective at building connections, trust, and commitment with their peers. Read more today about how to foster curiosity in your office.
Four Ways to Overcome a Bad First Impression We’ve all been there — accidentally alienated a new coworker with a bad joke, underwhelmed the new boss by botching our first assignment, or had a client we didn’t just click with. The trouble is that initial impressions are hard to shake.