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We’ve all been there: dealing with the one person at work we just can’t get along with. No matter what we do and say, things don’t get easier. This person just seems different in every way from you. Their personality, wow, you simply don’t get them, and they probably don’t get you either.
If you don’t work directly together or interact often, it’s not a big deal. So as long as you avoid each other, you can usually keep the peace fairly easily.
But what about when that’s not an option? What about when it’s someone you do work directly with—such as a peer?
You need to deal with it. And that doesn’t mean planting seeds in that person’s head for a possible transfer or forwarding their LinkedIn profile to recruiters at other companies.
Depending on how overt these battles are, they can quickly drag everyone’s productivity—yours, your peers, and the team you are both part...
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