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February 2014
Hi Todd,

It's one of the worst parts of being a manager, dealing with drama. Unfortunately, it's almost unavoidable. That said, there are some steps you can take to help your team deal with the drama and stop it before it becomes a problem.

This month, we have a great piece on tips for keeping the drama to a minimum.


Alisa Torlai
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How to Deal with Drama at Work

How to Deal with Drama at Work

Every workplace has its fair share of drama, and that's not always a bad thing. Changes--like new employees, new clients, or growth in general--shake up our world, keep us on our toes, and allow us to grow through the temporary chaos.

Here are some helpful tips for dealing with people who bring drama to your office.
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