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Your Office Coach | To increase your odds of success, identify the triggers for your emotional behavior.
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Your Office Coach | “Gary” stopped working here three years ago, yet he still attends every gathering and is usually among the last to leave.
Rex Huppke | We carry biases with us every day, and those can easily manifest themselves in decisions made at work, decisions that help some and hurt others.
Your Office Coach | His extramarital affair is also causing discomfort, especially since his wife works in the same building.