Tips for overcoming workplace dysfunction

Hosted by Neil Amato

Two years ago, Jennifer Wilson struck a nerve with an article about dealing with dysfunctional people at work. Unfortunately, dysfunction isn’t disappearing. So we asked Wilson, a partner and co-founder of ConvergenceCoaching LLC, for more advice on how to best approach dysfunctional work situations. The conversation was in June at AICPA ENGAGE.

What you’ll learn from this episode:

  • Why some people are afraid to speak up about dysfunction at work.
  • One reason sentiment about workplace dysfunction may be changing.
  • The approach to take in documenting the details of perceived dysfunction.
  • Why professionals should carefully consider telling co-workers about on-the-job conflict.

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