Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”
— Viktor Frankl
Picture if you will a scenario at work…a co-worker is struggling in an area where you thrive. You volunteer to help, and while you don’t necessarily expect credit, you also don’t expect your co-worker to pass off ALL of the work as their own original content and bask in the new found accolades.
You have a decision to make…do you become confrontational with the co-worker, inform a supervisor of what happened and demand retribution, communicate in a calm way to all involved, other? The way in which you handle this and similar scenarios can make or break personal and professional relationships.
In Episode 96 of the WFO Life Podcast, we discuss an article on the 4 Habits of Emotionally Intelligent People and how important it is to practice this in our own lives.
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