We all like a good chat about our colleagues, don’t we? On challenging projects with big teams there is always plenty to comment about, from why so-and-so was late to work to whether someone else is doing a good job. I spoke to workplace behavioural expert Beverly Flaxington from The Collaborative about gossip, and howClick for more
This is a guest post by Daniel Raymond, marketing manager at Project-Management.com. Workplace conflict is caused by many things, making it a part of life for project managers. In essence, you are bringing together people with different personalities, mindsets, and specialization and are asking them to work as one. It is very rare for projectsClick for more
Who doesn’t have to deal with conflict at work? Conflict 101: A Manager’s Guide to Resolving Problems so Everyone Can Get Back to Work is the handbook you need to address causes of conflict on projects. Susan H. Shearouse covers everything from why we are bad at dealing with conflict at the office, how theClick for more
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