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How to Prevent Politics From Destroying Work Relationships

Let's Grow Leaders

According to Glassdoor’s 2020 Politics at Work Research, most U.S. employees believe political discussions are “unacceptable” at work. The post How to Prevent Politics From Destroying Work Relationships appeared first on Let's Grow Leaders. And yet, one in two employees have done so.

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Strategic Tips to Navigate Office Politics

Lead Change Blog

Nobody likes dealing with office politics, but learning how your company operates and identifying who is holding the power over your advancement is a key component to success in your career. The post Strategic Tips to Navigate Office Politics appeared first on Lead Change. Register for this FREE webinar here.

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Does “Politically Correct” Mean Inclusive and Respectful?

Leading in Context

Lately there has been a lot of discussion about the term "politically correct," sometimes shortened to "PC." I have noticed it is used when people refer to the pressure to be polite to all people, including those who are different from themselves. .

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You Need To Play Politics.

Rich Gee Group

So for those of you who don't like to play politics: too bad. You can't opt out of politics. Next week, we’ll discuss politics and how to do it without sacrificing your principles. You can either play well or play badly.

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How the Best Leaders Navigate Office Politics Effectively

Lead from Within

Office politics can be a fact of life in any organization, and it can be especially challenging for leaders who are trying to navigate complex interpersonal dynamics and conflicting agendas. Here are a few strategies that the best leaders use to navigate office politics: Lead by example: The best leaders lead by example.

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How To Play Politics With Political People.

Rich Gee Group

I'm bad at politics. If you experience evil political people at work or in your business, this article is for you. Political people suck - in the everyday business world, we call them 'empty suits'. Political people try to snare you into a political cage of their thinking - and then try to turn it on you.

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What Drives Political Violence?

The Horizons Tracker

Political violence seems to have risen in recent years, perhaps culminating in the events at the US Capitol in the wake of Joe Biden’s victory in 2020. Four drivers Toxic political polarization has become all too evident as the two main political parties have become increasingly hostile toward one another.