Cultivate@Work: How to handle jealousy at work.

By Morag Barrett on August 2, 2016

Posted by Morag Barrett | August 2, 2016Cultivate@Work: How to handle jealousy at work.Welcome to the Cultivate@Work Weekly Roundup. We scour the Internet for stories and ideas of how people cultivate winning relationships at work and share them in this weekly summary. It’s perfect for anyone interested in applying the ideas and techniques from Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships by SkyeTeam CEO Morag Barrett.Want more? Then sign up for the Cultivate@Work Field Guide where you will discover articles, downloadable resources, videos, podcasts and more, all designed to help you to cultivate professional relationships at work.When people that we work with are successful, it’s not only good for them but it also benefits the entire organization.  So we should celebrate, raise our glasses, and cheer for our colleagues’ success.  And most of the time, we genuinely celebrate their achievement.  But let’s admit it:  Deep down, some part of us can feel envious, resentful, or disappointed. What to do when it’s hard to celebrate someone else’s success.Look at you, doing so well at work! We’re so happy for you. Well, most of us are happy for you and refuse to spend the entire work day talking behind your back. Let’s talk about how to handle our jealous co-workers!Competitive feelings can spark intense rounds of self-reflection. We see someone whose career is taking off and then ask ourselves what fatal flaw prevents us from generating the dazzling output they do. Either we’re not talented enough, or, worse, we are too lazy, shy, or contrarian to capitalize on it. How to manage jealousy at work.Special Announcement!Thanks for reading! The Cultivate@Work community is now live! Join us today to read more articles, listen to podcasts and download tools and resources that bring Cultivate to life. We’re changing how work gets done, one conversation, and one relationship at a time.Related ArticlesTags »cultivate@workCultivating Winning Relationshipsprofessional relationships Share
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