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“We have tried everything, but nothing seems to make any difference.” Frustration prompts many conversations about dysfunctional workgroups. Everyone knows that poor working relationships drain the life out of a team. Media maintains an ongoing theme on workplace bullying, its … Continue reading

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My new book on workplace incivility has just been released by Springer publishing. I wrote this book because I recognize that the quality of relationships among people at work makes a meaningful contribution to a workgroup’s wellbeing and productivity. Beyond … Continue reading

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