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MessagePosté le: Sam 8 Juil - 01:28 (2017)    Sujet du message: TheSchmuckinMyOffice3AHowtoDealEffectivelywithDifficultPe Répondre en citant

The Schmuck in My Office: How to Deal Effectively with Difficult People at Work
by Jody Foster

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Everyone has a “schmuck” in their office---a difficult, disruptive person who upsets the workplace, confuses coworkers, and causes concern. It’s hard to understand why schmucks act the way they do, but one thing is certain---they seem to come in all shapes and sizes. . . .

- Narcissus---the condescending attention-seeker who carelessly steps on everyone’s toes
- The Flytrap---the bringer of chaos whose emotional instability causes an office maelstrom
- The Bean Counter---the orderly perfectionist who never gives up control, even when it’s full-steam-ahead to disaster
- The Robot---the unreadable stone wall who just can’t connect

Sound like anyone you know? These are just a few of the more prominent types of difficult people at work. In The Schmuck in My Office, Dr. Jody Foster explains the entire spectrum of people we may think of as schmucks, how they can decrease productivity, destroy teams, and generally make everyone else unhappy. Along with nailing down the various types, she looks at personality traits and explains how dysfunctional interactions among coworkers can lead to workplace fiascos. She helps readers understand schmucks as people, figure out how to work with them, and ultimately solve workplace problems. She also makes readers consider the most difficult thing of all: despite where your finger may be pointing, sometimes you are the “schmuck”! Let Dr. Foster teach you how to make your workplace a happier and more productive one.

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From the OP: I mean, people would come up to me and say, So what did you get for the Yankee swap? or So what kind of beer are you taking to the holiday party?' OP, every time someone asks you a question like this, they are trying to include youLife would be hell, or more hellish, if everyone was a smiling assBut it doesnt seem to apply hereMandatory and dodge after dinnerBut then I want to have a day where I hang out at home and dont interact with anyone to recharge(Im also short 5 foot and crowds of standing height adults are just tiring no matter what, because Im constantly seeing peoples elbows or shoulders and making sure they dont take a step backwards onto me accidentally.) 3) Related to above, get to the party, see if I can accomplish any of my goals, and if not, go plant myself somewhere friendly and engaging where I can people watch (and people can find me) but Im not in the middle of everythingWhereas Tim may seem more standoffishBea W December 18, 2013 at 11:24 pm Everyone has to evaluate their own situation and what they are willing to accept as the result of going or not goingNow I no longer get worked up about it because I have given myself permission for an out and made those plans for myselfBut, like you, I have felt the social pressure before and after I didnt goWhy is the person acting that way? Then, and only then, can you legitimately tell the employee that their behavior is inappropriateIf she were someone I didnt especially enjoy talking to, how much fun would a party be? (Shes great, and there are other people near me who I also get along well with, but I still chose not to go to my companys partyThe anxiety part is different that has nothing to do with being introvertedParfait December 18, 2013 at 4:34 pm The thing that is galling about the company party is that everyone acts like it will be a big treatGiven the comments about the photographers seen in other comments though, next time I might actually go just to be seen and get a picture taken and then Im OUTIf the OP used it out of context we cant really know for sure

Liz December 18, 2013 at 12:53 pm I think this is one of those things where polite lying is absolutely appropriateIts hard to explainFor me I make sure I greet and make contact with all the obligatory people right away check that off the listThis works for me, and I realize it might not work for othersThis is to ensure that everybody you work with will remember you were thereUnless you work for a small business, its likely there will be many people at a company party who are total strangersNot to mention that a party with friends and family is a very different thing than a party with near strangers, or that ducking out after only an hour might be remarked upon tooIf I do this, I wont have the energy to do thatMarcy December 18, 2013 at 9:15 pm Believe me, if it were possible to just turn off the feeling of dread before going and the exhaustion after then we would all do itCAndy December 18, 2013 at 6:33 pm Re: point 3 Its not necessarily a great networking opportunity, its just a way to show youre interested and that you careBeyond that, look into why heshe might say that and try to address the core issueThis seems to me to be introversion to the level of disability, and would be worth seeing a doctor aboutI really doThere are times when there really needs to be a responseobviously without having to do anything else but mingle with a couple of people and eat (no big speeches, dancing, etc) the Christmas party which only happens once a year out of 365 should be bearable introvert or notI work a lot Im on call 24/7 and I generally put in 50+ hours in the office and work some from homeJamie February 13, 2014 at 1:35 pm I think its good youre looking at this because it can be an issueI always have one and Ive never had to use it, just knowing its there is enough 07f867cfac

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