WHAT WE TALK ABOUT
It can be daunting for managers to know how to respond to employee resentment and dissatisfaction at work. Substantial research indicates that employees go to work to find purpose, contentment and meaning and not just to earn money. Few things can sabotage performance and productivity as much as festering, corrosive resentment. There are many examples;
Holding a difficult conversation is by definition not an easy thing to do. Most of us dread having that sinking feeling in the pit of the stomach at the prospect of an ugly confrontation. Perhaps you wish to request a colleague to pull their weight on projects or inform someone to stop interrupting in meetings.
Workplace aggression is any behaviour, be it verbal, written or physical, that leads employees to believe that their personal safety is at risk. With rising stress and job insecurity, workplace aggression is a very real problem and it’s very important to be aware if your workplace is at risk. Employees may be vulnerable to real,