Building bridges | Fixing a work relationship that has gone sour

Fixing a work relationship that has gone sour

Workplace relationships with colleagues are forever held in the balance.

On one hand, the need for harmony and amiability is essential to create a harmonious working environment, free of the anxieties of having ‘workplace enemies’ or people who refuse to action your requests for help. On the other, if you’re relying on another individual to get a project completed and they botch it, it’s important that you’re able to properly communicate your annoyance and request that it’s done properly. There are occasions in which the latter is necessary, yet it causes ‘sourness’ in your working relationship and makes your job harder.

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