Failing to Keep a To-Do List Do you ever have that nagging feeling that you've forgotten to do an important piece of work?
Anonymous July 3, at Once I left I was able to see how we all fed on each other to create a spiralling black hole of plunging morale.
This is what happened in one of my previous jobs with a couple of co-workers. I tried to stay out of their conversations as much as I could, but the morale black hole was all-encompassing. AAM is totally correct — whereas I was once perfectly settled and happy in my job and the company, after listening to these co-workers practically revel in negativity, the office became unbearable to work in and I ultimately left.
Natalie July 3, at Almost literally overnight, in fact.
It turns out he was just very susceptible to the influence of the now ex-co-worker. Ariancita July 3, at I learned that fairly early, luckily. I was 18 and working in retail and another girl and I started on the same day. I was happily working along until she started in with the constant negative commentary on the very first week.
It made me hate my job! Now, whenever I run into a negative Nancy or Debbie downer, I run the other way. I look for the roses at work. Anonymous July 3, at 9: Only you can decide if that something is something you can handle. AD July 3, at 9: How would you like me to prioritize?
Nichole July 3, at I even shared it with my boss so she can use it, too even though now she know exactly how to read between the lines when I use it on her. When issued in a positive, productive tone, I have always had positive results with that phrase.
EthicalEmployee May 25, at 3: Victoria July 3, at 9: Couple of bathroom breaks, a quick walk to clear her head, and a 5 minute chat with a coworker in another department? Lilybell I read that to mean she tracked her for one day last week, not the entire week.
Like that was a sample day. Ornery PR July 3, at But spread out over a week? Why focus on the documentation … it is impossible to write everything accurately with perfect and limited amount of words. Alisha July 4, at 3: I could easily eat up two hours at past jobs taking a team member out for a birthday lunch, for example.
Adding to the voices advising the OP is this story: Once, about four, five years ago, when I was managing my team on a super-jumbo initiative that kept us busy for half the year, I needed to hire a few temps.You may ask my help at any appointed time, and we will make a joint determination of what the next move will be and which of us will make it.” Leave a comment Cancel reply You .
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Wass Published. Your reaction, because you are a nice person and because you enjoy being helpful, and because you want to try and unburden your staff from problems, is to tell them to leave that problem with you.