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Get to know the gossips and manipulators better.
Be courteous but guarded, as they may repeat what you say with a negative "spin." Try to understand their goals, so that you can avoid or counter the impact of their negative politicking.
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Through your relationships, you can build your personal brand and raise your team's profile.
When you communicate your achievements to your connections, they might open up opportunities for you, your team, and your boss.
Always keep your organization's goals in min...
Look beyond your immediate team, and cross the formal hierarchy in all directions – co-workers, managers and executives.
Don't be afraid of politically powerful people. Get to know them, and build high-quality connections that avoid empty flattery.
Office politics are a reality, and avoiding them altogether risks not having a say in what happens.
It also allows people with less experience, skill or knowledge than you to influence decisions that affect you and your team.
Reflect on your emotions, what prompts them, and how you handle them.
This kind of emotional intelligence helps you to pick up on other people's emotions, too, and to understand what kind of approach they like or dislike.
Map the political power and influence in your organization, rather than people's rank or job title.
Ask yourself questions like, "Who are the real influencers?," "Who has authority but tends not to exercise it?," "Who is respected?," "Who champions or mentors others?," and...
Examine people's interactions and relationships to understand the informal or social networks.
Watch closely (but discreetly and respectfully) to find out who gets along with who, and who finds it more difficult to interact with others.
Notice whether connections a...
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It's suggested by more than a few therapists that what really tweaks us in others may be a mere reflection of what we don't accept ourselves.
when you think about what the other person did to make u angry, can you try and draw on a similar experience in yourself to help better appreciate t...
When you’re in an argument, before you disagree, try telling the person you’re speaking with what you heard them say.
When you’re in a disagreement, you are able to repeat what the other person said for only 10 seconds. After that, you go on with your answer or tune out....
1.Make it personal - Declare your negative thought and write down a positive statement against that belief.
2.Make it memorable - Short, simple, and direct affirmations have more likability. It not only makes it easy to say,...
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