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Respect Trumps Harmony : Why being liked is overrated and constructive conflict gets results - Rachael Robertson

Respect Trumps Harmony

Why being liked is overrated and constructive conflict gets results

By: Rachael Robertson

Paperback | 1 March 2020 | Edition Number 1

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In recent years there has been a huge push towards passion and purpose at work.

There is a notion that when you love what you do at work, your colleagues become like family. But sometimes, work is just work, it's hard to get passionate about it. This book is the antidote to the love your colleagues movement; because you don't have to love your colleagues, you don't have to even like them. But you must always treat them with respect.

With examples from inside and outside the workplace, it shows readers how to build resilient, adaptable and high performing teams where respect must trump harmony, every time.

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