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Monsters in the Work Place


Rude, aggressive, overly entitled, immature, irresponsible, incompetent, lazy, narcissistic, egotistical, inhumane, abusive, personality disordered, destructive, and ruthless are words that can be used to describe difficult people in the workplace.


From bosses to clients to co-workers to subordinates, toxic and hurtful people can and do wreak havoc in workplaces, taking their problems out on anyone they can (or feel they can) unleash on. They rob others of their peace of mind, shake their confidence, disrupt their self-esteem, and hinder their ability to excel in the workplace. There is no getting away from these selfish, unprofessional, generally unhappy types because they are everywhere. From multi-national corporations to “mom and pop” type establishments, dealing with difficult people is a part of business.


This section offers suggestions for overcoming the roadblocks that difficult people put in place (either intentionally or unintentionally) to sabotage your job performance and rob you of peace of mind.

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Dealing with Difficult People

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