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Who's The Boss?

Dealing With Difficult Co-Workers

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  • The Slacker

    While you like to get to the office a little early so you can settle in before all the emails start flooding your inbox, The Slacker always rolls in late, leaves early and takes an extra-long lunch. Unfortunately, this means you get less done because you're constantly waiting for her to be available. Develop a rapport with her, suggests Susan Zeidman, a portfolio manager at American Management Association who is responsible for many of her company's communications and management training programs. If she only makes herself available on a limited basis, then you want to be someone she wants to see. If you're collaborating on a project, then try to come to some agreement about availability without criticizing her. Once you've worked out a plan together, share your plan via email with your boss or the rest of your team members so that she'll be held accountable if deadlines are missed.

Who's The Boss?
Dealing With Difficult Co-Workers
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