David Wray

BullyingCourageDifficult PeopleFeedbackLeadershipOvercome ChallengesOvercoming IsolationResilienceToxic workplacesWellbeing

Workplace Bullying  Workplace bullying is defined by Morten Birkeland Nielsen in his 2018 study as:  …situations where an employee repeatedly and over a prolonged time period is exposed to harassing behavior from one or more colleagues (including subordinates and leaders) and where the… Continue Reading…

AdaptingCommunicationDignityempathyFeedbackOvercome ChallengesSocial Acceptance

What is a workplace pet peeve? A workplace pet peeve, often the source of employee complaints, are the little or big things that annoy, aggravate, and hinder you from doing your job as well as you otherwise would. This is… Continue Reading…

Building teamsCommunicationDifficult PeopleEffective TeamsFeedbackOvercome ChallengesPerformance Management

Is it Laziness? If a person does not pull their weight, does that translate into being lazy? Personally, I don’t believe that not pulling your weight has much correlation with laziness, in most cases. A failure to deliver typically correlates… Continue Reading…

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Struggling for words? Picture this: deep in conversation and suddenly struggling for the right words to express your ideas, feelings, or thoughts! It is a common situation, but one we can learn to manage better than might be the case… Continue Reading…

ChangeCommunicationEffective TeamsempathyFeedbackInfluenceLeadershipOvercome Challenges

What does the fear of change look like? Fear of change is a common trait of poor personal or team leadership. Change is inevitable, so mastering change management is a critical skill to acquire! “The world as we have created… Continue Reading…

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