Category Archives: Workplace Disputes

He’s Not Your Boss, I Am…

I recently worked with a client, we’ll call her Sharon, who was having a “Chain of Command” issue. One of the Sharon’s employees, who we’ll call Kevin, went over Sharon’s head to discuss a project with Sharon’s boss, Dave. Sharon … Continue reading

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Activating Your Communication RADAR™

Are you afraid of giving criticism to others? Could you learn to better craft, interpret, and evaluate messages during performance feedback sessions? Would you like to be calm, objective, and open to criticism during performance feedback sessions? MCS, LLC has … Continue reading

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Men, Women, and Newspapers: Know Your Audience

A man in his late 50s constantly cuts out newspaper articles and gives them to his coworkers who he feels would enjoy them. He has worked with this organization for over 20 years and knows all the employees very well, … Continue reading

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Check My Attitude? You’re the One with the Problem…

The following scenario recently happened to a good friend. How would you have responded? My good friend Josh is a very successful banker working for one of the largest banks in the country. He worked his way up the corporate … Continue reading

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Workers Need AMMO

A good friend once told me about a successful Texas banking executive who made billions by starting and selling a series of southern banks. In spite of his financial success, he was feared as a businessman rather than respected. He … Continue reading

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What do You Know, You’re Too Young? Organizations, Age, and Credibility

During a recent consulting project, an attorney relayed the following quote: When I first began my law career, I lost a lot of cases that I should have won. Now that I’ve been practicing for 20 years, I’ve won a … Continue reading

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