We all work with these types of people in the office. We choose to either put up with them, or we are ready to find the closest well possible to push these humans down to make it all stop.
What if calendars aren’t how you schedule time but how others schedule their chances to interrupt you? Author and Mule Design co-founder Mike Monteiro offers a new thought on the place and purpose of time management.
I’ve been working in and around government testing for the last six years.
I have a co-worker who literally says everything that comes to her mind. E-ver-y-thing.
Workplaces, apart from being just the places to do your work in, are great observation posts to just view life and the unique personalities that co-exist in a mini-pressure cooker environment.
Unfortunately I forgot to lock the door one day.
Job hunters often place too much stock in the idea of “experience.”
Regardless of whether or not you are interested in psychology, there is an idea in the realm of personal psychology that will follow you to the workplace and wherever else you go.
“With some new staff, we’re going through a little bit of a transition process.”
Instead of choosing to balance our work lives with our personal lives, we’ve opted to do what seems more natural, by integrating the two.