How To Work With Someone You Don't Like
We don't get to pick our coworkers. Sometimes we end up with a coworker we don't like.
While you can find ways to avoid them, it doesn't solve your problem. If you want to grow and move forward, you have to find a way to work with them.
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“The hard choices—what we most fear doing, asking, saying—these are very often exactly what we most need to do.”
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You can silence it by stating this fear out loud and becoming familiar with the worst-case scenario.
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Once you've answered the questions, start small with the thing you fear and see that the worst doesn't actually happen, or that it is not as bad as you feared.
Lean into the conversation from a place of curiosity and respect (for yourself and the other person).
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You don’t actually need to talk that much during a difficult conversation. Instead, learn to listen, reflect and observe.
Address uncomfortable situations head-on by getting right to the point.
Foster an honest and respectful discussion and make sure both parties speak about the details of an issue.