By Andreea Clair-Oracle on Jan 25, 2016
Handling your work relationships is a career progression essential you can’t afford to overlook. While your skills and knowledge are the backbone of your performance as an employee, teamwork is the business card you need to use in order to achieve your goals faster and easier. This is why getting along with your team is no longer a matter of choice, but a matter of proving how professional you are so that you get the most out of your work by effectively using the human resources you have available.
But what happens when some work relationships fail to bring added value to your job? Or when a colleague disappoints you when you’re working as a team? How do we bounce back on trusting teamwork when teamwork doesn’t actually work for us?
If you’re dealing with these challenges, here is a way of letting go of negative impressions and learning how to start fresh.