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Who's The Boss?

Dealing With Difficult Co-Workers

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  • The Finger-Pointer

    Whether a deadline's been missed or a job's been botched, The Finger-Pointer is the first to announce exactly who's to blame: anyone but her. For this personality type, communication is key, says Drew Stevens of Stevens Consulting Group, which works with senior officers and managers to accelerate workplace productivity. Having a collaborative culture is good, but when you start a project, be very clear from the get-go about who's responsible for what. Decide as a group who will tackle each task, and then circulate an email that clearly outlines what's expected of each group member, remembering to CC your boss. This way, should something go awry, everyone will know who is at fault.

Who's The Boss?
Dealing With Difficult Co-Workers
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