Rise Above the Fray: Options for Dealing with Rude Behavior


Set a Good Example and ALWAYS Act Appropriately

There's no way around it... difficult people do exist at work. They come in every variety and no office is without at least one rude person. You may have co-workers who attempt to undermine you and make you feel as if you need to watch your back. You may have a colleague who plays favorites. Or, people around the office may form cliques and leave you out.

Truth be told, though, dealing with difficult people may be just as infuriating as bearing the brunt of their obnoxious behavior. How you react depends deeply on your self-esteem, your self-confidence, and your professional courage.

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