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Stay out of crossfire when Midwest technology workers go to war

CHICAGO You're the competitive type. You enjoy the occasional game of beach volleyball or some action on the squash court. If the weather cooperates, you might even be up for a paintball outing. Most of us leave it at that.

We don't need to go to war at work. Being a pacifist, though, won't help you if you get caught between warring co-workers.

Much as you might like to hang a......

Full article >>> ict is really hard for some people. If you have always gone to lunch with Carol and all she can talk about now is Stan's efforts to make her look bad, you might have to go on a no-lunch diet with her really suddenly.

You might also have to let Carol know that the subject of Stan is off limits during your conversations. If Stan is also complaining to you about Carol, don't say so! The las......

Full article >>> upport the two battlers in settling their differences by focusing on work instead of the personalities. If Carol asks you: "Doesn't Stan's arrogance drive you crazy?," you can say: "I've had issues at one time or another with almost everyone here, including you, but I try to focus on the issue rather than the person."

If Carol is really wound up, she may call you a turncoat or remind you......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Liz Ryan 08/02/04


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