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No, it's OK, go ahead, be passive-aggressive

SmartBrief on Leadership | Dec 06, 2016

Despite what we may tell ourselves, being passive-aggressive is a terrible idea, writes Rebecca Roache. "This can be harmful: as psychologists recognise, by expressing our negative feelings indirectly and denying them if challenged, we miss out on the benefit of having those feelings acknowledged and discussed sympathetically," she explains. Aeon Magazine (U.K.) (12/01)


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14 life hacks that could help you

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The 3-step process of overcoming a bad habit

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Employees will leave if they don't feel inspired

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Try, even if you're not 100% ready

SmartBrief on Leadership | Dec 09, 2016

Don't be afraid of the unknowns

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Change how you network in 2017

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Discover your leadership style

SmartBrief on Leadership | Dec 06, 2016

Don't write people off based on your past

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