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Career counseling for the disappointed
What possible reasons could women have for being nasty at work to other women?
Where does the Dark Side come from?
The Screamer doesn't speak; she yells angrily and expects everyone to dance to her tune.
The Insecure Bitch micro manages you and your work is never good enough for her
You stop applying for promotions or other roles
What do you do if an EXCLUDER at work refuses to have eye contact, say hello, pass on messages, or interact in any way?
Working with sneaky, nasty people can be difficult for hard working, dedicated professionals who are too humiliated or ashamed to speak about it.
It is embarrassing and shameful to acknowledge that we’re allowing someone to upset us, at our workplace, or that we are helpless at trying to resolve it.
What the research indicates that we should consider when choosing mentors.
It’s hard enough negotiating ‘who knows what’ about you at work, let alone what your ‘five hundred closest friends’ know about your personal life.
Meredith Fuller is the author of Working with Bitches and a vocational psychologist and career change and development specialist.