As a former human resources manager, I can assure that most employees are not aware that they are annoying you
Improving your personal brand at the office is as easy as A, B, C.
Like many things in life, it starts with not being the drunkest person there.
There's competitive, and then there's that one co-worker.
It's important to deal with them smartly — and professionally — if you want to stay afloat.
Now, as was I saying...
Your parents might have taught you not to curse, but did the lesson really stick? New research seems to suggest that it hasn't: two-thirds of all millennial employees swear at work, while 58 per cent of Gen Xers and Baby Boomers are said to swear while on the clock.
Despite the time and energy that goes into hiring, training, and managing interns, I believe in my heart of hearts that if you can take the time and patience to invest in an intern, it pays off in the long run.
You are good in your job, maybe the best on your team. You are a natural leader, perhaps the best in your industry. You're smart, maybe the most educated of the company. But, are you the best colleague? What do your teammates say about you? Do they like you? One colleague, an uncongenial colleague can contaminate the entire team. You know "It only takes one bad apple to spoil the whole bunch". Are you, maybe, perhaps, that apple? Let's find out.
If you've been an overly nice person at work, you should understand that your self-worth can never be improved by trying so hard to please others. You have to learn how to validate and respect yourself, and stop doing so much for your co-workers. When you can focus on making yourself happy, you'll do a better job at work.